Collegium Musicum (Lat. ‘musical guild’). In 16th cent. term applied to groups of enthusiasts concerned with perf. of mus. From these grew concert-giving societies performing under noble patronage or in the informal surroundings of a coffee-house. J. S. Bach wrote many works for perf. at a collegium musicum.
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