Kauder, Hugo. DRITTE SONATE. [THIRD SONATA FOR PIANO].
New York: [self-published?], 1941. 340 by 270mm (13½ by 10¾ inches). Music score manuscript facsimile in primitive tape covered plain wrappers; 7 pp. At end: “New York 20.12.1941” Good plus and taped into primitive wrappers and minor pencil notations to score; paper browning. Hugo Kauder (1888–1972) was an Austrian-Jewish composer and music theorist known for his unique harmonic contrapuntal style (i.e. multiple independent melodic lines). His legacy of over 300 works is receiving renewed interest today through the Hugo Kauder Society.
EXILE: In 1938, following the Nazi annexation of Austria, Kauder fled to Holland. Shortly prior to Germany’s occupation of Holland on May 10, 1940, Kauder escaped to England. He then settled in New York in 1940, which remained his home for the rest of his life.
At the time of cataloguing, no other copies for sale. Only one copy in OCLC at Yale under record #78679184.
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