Category: Person

Röntgen, Julius
Röntgen, Julius (born Leipzig, May 9, 1855; died Bilthoven, Sept 13, 1932),
Mandyczewski, Eusebius
Mandyczewski, Eusebius (born Czernowitz, Bukowina, Aug 18, 1857; died Vienna, July 13,
Löwe, Ferdinand
Löwe, Ferdinand (born Vienna, Feb 19, 1865; died Vienna, Jan 6, 1925),
Schalk, Franz
Schalk, Franz (1863–1931). Austrian conductor at the Vienna Court Opera from 1900
Foerster, Josef Bohuslav
Foerster, Josef Bohuslav (born Prague, Dec 30, 1859; died Vestec, Bohemia, May
Grunsky, Karl
Grunsky, Karl (Carl) (born Schornbach, March 5, 1871; died Vaihingen, Aug 2,
Rudorff, Ernst
Rudorff, Ernst (born Berlin, Jan 18, 1840; died Berlin, Dec 31, 1916),
d'Albert, Eugen
d'Albert, Eugen Francis Charles (born Glasgow, Scotland, April 10, 1864; died Riga,
Fischer, Jakob
Fischer, Jakob (1849-1933). Composer and singing teacher, also teacher of music education
Burkhardt, Max
Bur( c )khard(t), Max. Possibly the Berlin music critic and writer on
Violin, Moriz
Violin, Moriz (born Vienna, March 30, 1879; died San Francisco, April 1,
Niemann, Walter
Niemann, Walter (born Hamburg, Oct 10, 1876; died Leipzig, June 17, 1953),
Kahn, Marianne
Kahn, Marianne (born Prague, Nov 26, 1878-19??), pupil of Schenker's. Kahn first
Davydoff, Sonja
Davydoff, Sonja, Russian concert pianist, occasional pupil of Schenker's (diary April 6,
Rosenthal, Moriz
Rosenthal, Moriz (born Lemberg, Galicia, Dec 18, 1862; died New York, Sept
Godowsky, Leopold
Godowsky, Leopold (born Vilnius, Feb 13, 1870; died New York, Nov 21,
Gärtner, Eduard
Eduard Gärtner (died July 2, 1918), bass vocalist who performed some of
Harpner, Dr
Harpner, Dr. Perhaps Gustav Harpner (1864-1924), lawyer: see Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon 1815-1950,
Walter, Bruno
Walter, Bruno (born Berlin, Sept 15, 1876; died Beverly Hills, Feb 17,
Leschetizky, Theodor
Leschetizky, Theodor (born Lancut, Galicia, June 22, 1830; died Dresden, Nov 14,
Kopfermann, Albert
Kopfermann, Albert (1846-1914), German librarian and curator. He joined the Royal Library,
Dahms, Walter
Dahms, Walter (born Berlin, June 9, 1887; died Lisbon, Oct 5, 1973).
Roth, Herman
Herman Roth (born Hornberg, Baden, Feb 15, 1882; died Berlin, Feb 1,
Bohm
Bohm. Perhaps Karl Bohm (1844-1920), German pianist, composer of salon pieces for
Schnabel, Artur
Schnabel, Artur (born Lipnik, April 17, 1882; died Axenstein, Switz., Aug 15,
Flesch, Carl
Flesch, Carl (Karl) (born Moson, Oct 9, 1873; died Lucerne, Nov 14,
Schweitzer, Albert
Schweitzer, Albert (born Kayserberg, Alsace, Jan 14, 1875; died Lambaréné, Gabon, Sept
Frimmel, Theodor
Theodor Frimmel (born Amstetten, Dec 15, 1853; died Vienna, Dec 25, 1928),
Brünauer, Robert
Brünauer, Robert, piano pupil of Schenker's over a period spanning at least
Wöß, Josef Venantius von
Josef Venantius von Wöß (born Cattaro, Dalmatia, June 13, 1863; died Vienna,
Mahler, Gustav
Mahler, Gustav (born Kalischt, Bohemia, July 7, 1860; died Vienna, May 18,
Weingartner, Felix
Felix Weingartner (born Zara, Dalmatia, June 2, 1863; died Winterthur, May 7,
Hirschfeld, Robert
Robert Hirschfeld (born Grossmeseritsch, Moravia, Sept 17, 1857; died Velké Meziříčí, April
Robert, Richard
Richard Robert (born Vienna, March 25, 1861; died Kaltenleutgeben, Feb 1, 1924),
Batka, Richard
Richard Batka (born Prague Dec 14, 1868; died Vienna, April 24, 1922),
Ochs, Siegfried
Siegfried Ochs (born Frankfurt, April 19, 1858; died Berlin, Feb 5, 1929),
Dunn, John Petrie
John Petrie Dunn (born Edinburgh, Oct 26, 1878; died Edinburgh, February 4,
Fischer, Edwin
Edwin Fischer (born Basel, Oct 6, 1886; died Zurich, Jan 24, 1960),
Marx, Joseph
Joseph Marx, Hofrath (born Graz, May 11, 1882; died Graz, Sept 3,
Salzer, Felix
Felix Salzer (born Vienna, June 13, 1904; died New York, Aug 10,
Landowska, Wanda
Wanda Landowska (born Warsaw, July 5, 1879; died Lakeville, CT, Aug 16,
Bamberger, Carl
Carl Bamberger (born Vienna, February 21, 1902; died New York, July 18,
Jonas, Oswald
Oswald Jonas (born Vienna, Jan 10, 1897; died Riverside, CA, March 19,
Cube, Felix-Eberhard von
Felix-Eberhard von Cube (born Hannover, Jan 27, 1903; died Hamburg, March 12,
Elias, Angelika
Elias, Angelika (Angi) (born Vienna, Sept 25, 1882; died Ravensbrück, Jan 13,
Hoboken, Anthony van
Anthony van Hoboken (born Rotterdam, March 23, 1887; died Zurich, Nov 1,
Einstein, Alfred
Alfred Einstein (born Munich, Dec 30, 1880; died El Cerrito, CA, Feb
Vrieslander, Otto
Otto Vrieslander (born Münster, July 18, 1880; died Tegna, Dec 16, 1950),
Breisach, Paul
Paul Breisach (born Vienna, June 3, 1896; died New York, Dec 26,
Bienenfeld, Elsa
Elsa Bienenfeld (born Vienna, Aug 23, 1877; died Klein Trostinetz, May 26,
Schoenberg, Arnold
Arnold Schoenberg [Schönberg] (born Vienna, Sept 13, 1874; died Los Angeles, July
Wolf, Hans
Hans Wolf (born Hamburg, Dec 5, 1912; died Aug 5, 2005), German
Messchaert, Johannes
Johannes Messchaert (born Hoorn, Aug 22, 1857; died Zurich, Sept 9, 1922),
Rosé, Arnold (Rosé Quartet)
Arnold Josef Rosé (Rosenbaum) (born Iasi, Romania, Oct 24, 1863; died London,
Schenker, Jeanette
Jeanette (Jeaneth) Schenker [prev. Kornfeld; née Schiff] (born Aussig an der
Adler, Guido
Guido Adler (born Eibenschütz, Moravia, Nov 1, 1855; died Vienna, Feb
Riemann, Hugo
Hugo Riemann (born Sondershausen, July 18, 1849; died Leipzig, July 10, 1919),
Nottebohm, Gustav
Gustav Nottebohm (born Lüdenscheid, Nov 12, 1817; died Graz, Oct 29,
Mittelmann, Aaron
Aaron Mittelmann, occasional assistant to Schenker for more than twenty years.
Heller, Hugo
Hugo Heller (1870-1923), Viennese bookseller, gallery owner, concert agent. Heller founded his
Wittgenstein, Paul
Paul Wittgenstein (born Vienna, Nov 5, 1887; died New York, March
Stöhr, Richard
Richard Stöhr (born Vienna, June 11, 1874; died Montpelier, VT, Dec
Galston, Gottfried
Gottfried Galston (born Vienna, Aug 31, 1879; died St. Louis, MO, April
Bekker, Paul
Paul Bekker (born Berlin, Sept 11, 1882; died New York, March
Oster, Ernst
Ernst Oster (born Mannheim, Jan 26, 1908; died New York, June 30,
Liepmannssohn, Leo
Leo Liepmannssohn (born Landsberg, Feb 18, 1840; died Berlin, May 15, 1915),
Koch, Louis
Louis Koch (1862-1932), antiquarian music dealer in Frankfurt, specialising in scores and
Pairamall, Evelina
Pairamall, Evelina (Eveline) (born Lodz, Poland, February 27, 1870), pupil of Schenker's
Kinsky, Georg
Georg Kinsky (born Marienwerder, Sept 29, 1882; died Berlin, April 7, 1951),
Weigl, Karl
Karl Weigl (born Vienna, Feb 6, 1881; died New York, Aug 11,
Weigl, Vally
Vally [Valerie] Weigl [née Pick] (1929-34: 4 items), Viennese musician, who studied
Deutsch, Sofie
Sofie [Sophie] Deutsch (born Vienna, June 22, 1858; died Vienna, January 5,
Knorr, Iwan
Iwan Knorr [pseud I. O. Armand] (born Mewe, Jan 3, 1853; died
Marchet, Gustav
Dr. Gustav Marchet (born Baden, May 29, 1846; died Schlackenwerth, Bohemia, April
Motta, José Vianna da
José Vianna da Motta (born St. Thomas, April 22, 1868; died Lisbon,
Bülow, Hans von
Hans von Bülow (born Dresden, Jan 8, 1830; died Cairo, Feb 12,
Altmann, Wilhelm
Wilhelm Altmann (born Posen, April 4, 1862; died Hildesheim, March 25, 1951),
Schrader, Bruno
Schrader, Bruno, Berlin music critic who reviewed Schenker’s Beethovens Neunte Sinfonie favorably
Schenker, Julia
Schenker [née Mosler], Julia (born 18??-died Kautzen, Dec 22, 1917), mother of
Lytle, Victor Vaughn
Victor Vaughn Lytle (born Pennsylvania, April 8, 1884; died Nov 14, 1969),
Hofmann, Josef Casimir
Josef Casimir Hofmann [Józef Kazimierz] (born Kraków, Jan 20, 1876; died Los
Reese, Gustave
Gustave Reese (born New York, Nov 29, 1899; died Berkeley, CA, Sept
Broder, Nathan
Nathan Broder (born New York, Dec 1, 1905; died New York, Dec
Prunières, Henry
Henry Prunières (born Paris, May 24, 1886; died Nanterre, April 11, 1942),
Expert, Henry
Henry Expert (born Bordeau, May 12, 1863; died Tourrettes-sur-Loup, Aug 18, 1952),
Deutsch, Otto Erich
Otto Erich Deutsch (born Vienna, Sept 5, 1883; died Vienna, Nov 23,
Botstiber, Hugo
Hugo Botstiber (born Vienna, April 21, 1875; died Shrewsbury, England, January 15,
Graf, Max
Max Graf (born Vienna, Oct 1, 1873; died Vienna, June 24, 1958),
Warburg, Gerald F.
Gerald F. Warburg (1902-71), American cellist, member of the German-Jewish Warburg family
Hertzka, Emil
Emil Hertzka (born Budapest, August 3, 1869; died Vienna, May 9, 1932),
Mendl, Fritz
Fritz Mendl, Austrian leading industrialist, brother of Schenker’s pupil and patron Mrs.
Mendl, Heinrich
Heinrich Mendl, brother of Fritz Mendl, co-founder of the Ankerbrot bakery company
Steiner, Franz
Franz Steiner (1876–1954), one of the leading baritone singers of the early
Werfel, Franz
Franz Werfel (born Prague, Sept 10, 1890; died Beverly Hills, CA, Aug
Huberman, Bronislaw
Bronislaw Huberman (born Czestochowa, Dec 19, 1882; died Corsier-sur-Vevey, June 15, 1947),
Kestenberg, Leo
Leo Kestenberg (born Rosenberg, Hungary, Nov 27, 1882; died Tel Aviv, Jan
Schünemann, Georg
Georg Schünemann (born Berlin, March 13, 1884; died Berlin Jan 2, 1945),
Schreker, Franz
Schreker, Franz (born Monaco, March 23, 1878; died Berlin, March 21, 1934),
Jöde, Fritz
Fritz Jöde (born Hamburg, Aug 2, 1887; died Hamburg, Oct 19, 1970),
Pfohl, Ferdinand
Ferdinand Pfohl (born Elbogen, Bohemia, Oct 12, 1862; died Hamburg, Dec 16,
Kolischer, Fräulein
Fräulein Kolischer, pupil of Schenker, who took one lesson per week from
Gänsbacher, Josef
Josef Gänsbacher (born Vienna, Oct 6, 1829; died Vienna, June 5, 1911),
Steinitz, Dr.
Dr. Steinitz, attorney acting for Jeanette Kornfeld (Schenker) in her petition for
Frühmann, Dr.
Dr. Frühmann, Heinrich Schenker’s general medical practitioner from at least as early
Colbert, Toni
Toni [Tony] Colbert , piano pupil of Schenker's between 1906 and 1916,
Hübsch, Dr.
Dr. Hübsch, attorney involved in some capacity in the petition by Jeanette
Stauber, Paul
Paul Stauber (born Vienna, 1876; died Vienna, July 17, 1918), Viennese music
Antropp, Theodor
Theodor Antropp (born Oct 29, 1864; died Vienna, Nov 18, 1923), financier,
Decsey, Ernst
Ernst Decsey (born Hamburg, April 13, 1870; died Vienna, March 12, 1941),
Kralik, Richard von
Richard von Kralik (born Eleonorenhain, Bohemia, Oct 1, 1852; did Vienna, Feb
Ebert, Friedrich
Friedrich Ebert (born Heidelberg, Feb 4, 1871; died Feb 28, 1925), German
Renner, Karl
Karl Renner (1870–1950), Austrian politician, member of the Austrian Social Democrat Party
Hausegger, Siegmund von
Siegmund von Hausegger (born Graz, Aug 16, 1872; died Munich, Oct 10,
Rubinstein, Anton
Anton Rubinstein (born Vikhvatinets, Russia, Nov 28, 1829; died Peterhof, Nov 20,
Waltershausen, Hermann
Hermann Waltershausen (born Göttingen, Oct 12, 1882; died Munich, Aug 13, 1954),
Kleiber, Erich
Erich Kleiber (born Vienna, Aug 5, 1890; died Zurich, Jan 27, 1956),
Blei, Franz
Franz Blei (born Vienna, Jan 18, 1871; died New York, July 10,
Haas, Robert
Robert Haas (born Prague, Aug 15, 1886; died Vienna, Oct 4, 1960),
Straube, Karl
Karl Straube (born Berlin, Jan 6, 1873; died Leipzig, April 27, 1950),
Schilling, Gustav
Gustav Schilling (born Schwiegershausen Nov 3, 1805; died Crete, NE, March 1880),
Rothschild, Alphons
Baron Alphons Mayer von Rothschild (born Vienna?, Feb 15, 1878; died Bar
Graedener, Hermann
Hermann (Theodor Otto) Graedener (Grädener) (born Kiel, May 8, 1844; died Vienna,
Mayerhofer, Irene
Mayerhofer (Graedener), Irene (1854-1923), member of the Mayerhofer family of the Viennese
Wedge, George A.
George A. Wedge (born Danbury, CT, Jan 15, 1890; died Barbados, Oct
Wassermann, Jakob
Jakob Wassermann (born Fürth, March 10, 1873; died Altaussee, Jan 1, 1934),
Rettich, Professor
Rettich, Professor, evidently served as private secretary or adviser to Baron Alphons
Bopp, Wilhelm
Wilhelm Bopp (1863?–1931), Director of the Vienna Conservatory of Music (Akademie für
Wiener, Karl von
Karl von Wiener, Dr. (Hofrat) (born Vienna, Oct 26, 1891; died Vienna,
Stiassny, Wilhelm
Wilhelm Stiassny (1842-1910), Austrian architect, pupil of the Ringstraße architect van der
Rinn, Hermann
Hermann Rinn, with whom Schenker had extensive correspondence between 1927 and 1933
Stein, Fritz
Fritz Stein (born Gerlachsheim, Dec 17, 1879; died Berlin, Nov 14, 1961),
Muck, Carl
Carl Muck (born Darmstadt, Oct 22, 1859; died Stuttgart, March 3, 1940),
Graener, Paul
Paul Graener [Gräner] (born Berlin, Jan 11, 1872; died Salzburg, Nov 13,
Terry, Charles Sanford
Charles Sanford Terry (born Newport Pagnall, Oct 24, 1864; died Aberdeen, Nov
Cauchie, Maurice
Maurice Cauchie (born Paris, Oct 8, 1882; died Paris, March 21, 1963),
Schiedermair, Ludwig
Ludwig Schiedermair (born Regensburg, Dec 7, 1876; died Bensberg, April 30, 1957),
Klemperer, Otto
Otto Klemperer (born Breslau, May 14, 1885; died Zurich, July 6, 1973),
Klindworth, Karl
Karl Klindworth (born Hannover, Sept 25, 1830; died Stolpe, July 27, 1916),
Reinecke, Carl
Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke (born Altona, June 23, 1824; died Leipzig, March
Benedikt, Moriz
Moriz Benedikt (born Kwassitz, Moravia, May 27, 1849; died Vienna, March 18,
Réti, Rudolf
Rudolf (Rudooph) Réti (born Uzice, Serbia, Nov 27, 1885; died Montclair, NJ,
Pauer, Max von
Max von Pauer (born London, Oct 31, 1866; died Jugenheim, May 12,
Lange, Samuel de, jnr
Samuel de Lange, jnr (born Rotterdam, Feb 22, 1840; died Stuttgart, July
Tovey, Donald Francis
Donald Francis Tovey (born Eton, July 17, 1875; died Edinburgh, July 10,
Furtwängler, Wilhelm
(Gustav Ernst Heinrich) Wilhelm Furtwängler (born Berlin, Jan 25, 1886; died Baden-Baden,
Hupka, Felix
Felix Hupka (born Vienna, June 21, 1896; died Amsterdam, Aug 11, 1966),
Schenker, Wilhelm
Wilhelm Schenker, third child--first surviving child--of Johann and Julia Schenker, hence Heinrich
Breisach, Herr
Herr Breisach, father of Schenker pupil Paul Breisach. He appears in Schenker's
Kaff, Trude
Trude Kaff, pupil of Schenker. Miss Trude Kaff appears in Schenker's earliest
Frankel, Professor
Professor Frankel, medical doctor or administrator to whom Schenker's brother-in-law, Dr. Salo
Lemberger, Herr
Herr Lemberger, relative or friend of Paul Breisach, who had dealings with
Holmokl, Professor
Professor Holmokl, medical doctor or administrator to whom Schenker's brother-in-law, Dr. Salo
Kretzschmar, Hermann
Hermann Kretzschmar (born Olbernhau, Jan 19, 1848; died Berlin, May 10, 1924),
Rathenau, Walter
Walter Rathenau (born Berlin, Sept 29, 1850; died Berlin, June 24, 1922),
Waldeck, Arthur
Arthur Waldeck (born 1899; died Feb 4, 1965), American musician and teacher,
Citkowitz, Israel
Israel Citkowitz (1909–74), American pianist, composer, teacher and critic, born in Skierniewice,
Guttmann, Sophie
Guttmann, Sophie, [née Schifre Schenker], fourth child of Johann and Julia Schenker,
Guttmann, Salo
Salomon [Salo] Guttmann, Dr., husband of Sophie Guttmann (née Schifre Schenker), brother-in-law
Guttmann, Hans
Guttmann, Hans, elder son of Sophie and Salo Guttmann, nephew of Heinrich
Guttmann, Frieda
Frieda [Friedl] Guttmann daughter of Sophie and Salo Guttmann, niece of Heinrich
Guttmann, Julian (Julko)
Julian [Julien; Julko] Guttmann, younger son of Sophie and Salo Guttmann, nephew
Colbert, Carl
Carl Colbert (1855-1929), editor of the newspaper Der Morgen since 1910, who
Kolischer, Frau
Frau Kolischer, mother of Fräulein Kolischer, who conducted all negotiations with Schenker,
Kornfeld, Emil
Emil Kornfeld (1866–1937), son of Ignatz Kornfeld and Charlotte Weissenstein, first husband
Kornfeld, Erich
Erich Kornfeld, son of Emil and Jeanette Kornfeld (later Jeanette Schenker). There
Kornfeld, Felix
Felix Kornfeld (born June 23, 1899; died Auschwitz 1945), son of Emil
Kornfeld, Tomas
Tomás [Thomas; Tommy] Kornfeld (born Aug 7, 1932; died after 1988), son
Rothberger, Alfred
Alfred Rothberger (born 1873; died Vienna, May 24, 1932), Austrian tailor and
Rothberger, Hilda
Hilda [Hilde] Rothberger wife of Alfred Rothberger, with whom she had two
Schenker, Moriz
Moriz [Maurice; Mozio; Moses] Schenker (born Podhajce, Galicia, Aug 31, 1874; died
Conne, Paul de
Paul de Conne (1874-1959), Russian concert pianist and piano teacher, pupil of
Paumgartner, Bernhard
Bernhard Paumgartner (Hofrat Professor Dr.) (born Vienna, Nov 14, 1887; died Salzburg,
Robitschek, Adolf
Robitschek, Adolf (born Neutitschein, Moravia, 1853; died Vienna, 1934), proprietor of Austrian
Bahr, Hermann
Hermann Bahr (born Linz, July 19, 1863; died Munich, Jan 15, 1934),
Karpath, Ludwig
Ludwig Karpath (1866–1936), Viennese writer on music and administrator, early student of
Violin, Valerie
Valerie [Wally] Violin, wife of Moriz Violin. Valerie and Moriz married on
Violin, Fanny
Violin, Fanny, sister of Moriz Violin, who seems to have remained unmarried
Kaff, Frau
Kaff, Frau, mother of Fräulein Trude Kaff, pupil of Schenker. From his
Rebay, Ferdinand
Ferdinand Rebay, Viennese music publisher in his own right and also partner
Wittgenstein, Leopoldine
Leopoldine ("Poldi") Wittgenstein (1850-1926), mother of pianist Paul Wittgenstein and philosopher Ludwig
Lamond, Frederick
Frederick Lamond (born Glasgow, Jan 28, 1868; died Stirling, Feb 21, 1948),
Stirling, Mrs.
Stirling (Mrs), pupil of Schenker's who appears in his lessonbooks from January
Kalmus, Alfred
Alfred Kalmus (born Vienna, May 16, 1889; died London, Sept 25, 1972),
Kogan, Fräulein
Kogan (Fräulein), pupil of Schenker's who appears in the lessonbooks for lessons
Heuberger, Richard
Richard Heuberger (born Graz, June 18, 1850; died Vienna, Oct 28, 1914),
Stritzko, Joseph
Joseph Stritzko, Viennese music publisher. Joseph Stritzko evidently made an initial approach
Wolfrum, Philipp
Philipp Wolfrum (born Schwarzenbach am Wald, Dec 17, 1854; died Samaden, May
Grünfeld, Alfred
Alfred Grünfeld (born Prague, July 4, 1852; died Vienna, Jan 4, 1924),
Weisse, Adolf
Adolf Weisse (1856-1933), distinguished character actor, who studied in Vienna, worked in
Bach, Baronin
Bach, Baronin (Baroness), aristocratic friend (perhaps pupil?) of Schenker. She appears in
Glässner, Dr.
Glässner, Dr., attorney, working on behalf of Jeanette Schenker in her suit
Redl, Alfred
Alfred Redl (born Lemberg, March 14, 1864; died May 25, 1913), Austrian
Wotquenne, Alfred
Alfred Wotquenne (born Lobbes, Hainault, Jan 25, 1867; died Antibes, Sept 25,
Strindberg, August
August Strindberg (born Jan 22, 1849; died May 14, 1912), Swedish novelist,
Nin, Joaquín
Joaquín Nin (1879–1949), Cuban pianist who included 18th-century harpsichord music in his
Trebitsch, Artur
Artur Trebitsch (born Vienna, April 17, 1880; died Eggersdorf, Sept 26, 1927),
Mikuli, Karol
Karol (Carl) Mikuli (born Czernowitz, Bukovina, Oct 20, 1819; died Lemberg, Galicia,
Sauer, Emil
Emil (von) Sauer (born Hamburg, Oct 8, 1862; died Vienna, April 27,
Albersheim, Gerhard
Gerhard Albersheim (born Cologne, Nov 17, 1902; died Basel, Oct 19, 1996),
Albersheim, Josef
Josef Albersheim, father of Schenker's pupil Gerhard Albersheim, medical doctor and district
Kromer, Julius Ritter von
Julius Ritter von Kromer (Julo von Kromer), Secretary to the Archive of
Adler, Max
Max Adler (born Vienna, Jan 15, 1873; died Vienna, June 28, 1937),
Bednai, Jetty
Jetty Bednai, acquaintance of the Schenkers who in the immediately postwar period,
Major, Herr
Herr Major, close acquaintance of the Schenkers in the period around 1918-19.
Bednai, Ludwig
Ludwig Bednai, Oberleutnant (First Lieutenant), son of Jetty Bednai, who was a
Brentano, Lujo
Lujo Brentano (born Aschaffenburg, Dec 18, 1844; died Munich, Sept 9, 1931),
Burian, Stefan
Stefan Burian (Count Stefan Burian von Rajecz) (1851–1922), a leading politician and
Cammerlander
Cammerlander, of Steinach am Brenner, in the Tyrol; apparently the owner of
Clémenceau, Georges
Georges (Benjamin) Clémenceau (born Mouilleron-en-Pareds, Sept 28, 1841; died Nov 24, 1929),
Czernin
Czernin (Count Ottakar Czernin von Chudenitz) (born Dimokur, Bohemia, Sept 26, 1872;
Dreyfus, Alfred
Alfred Dreyfus (born Mülhausen, Alsace, Oct 9, 1859; died Paris, July 12,
Bednai, Albin
Bednai, Albin, Hauptmann (Captain), son of Jetty Bednai. He had two brothers,
Eichhorn, Hermann
(Emil Gottfried) Hermann Eichhorn (born Breslau, Feb 13, 1848; died Kiev, July
Girardi, Alexander
Alexander Girardi (born Graz, Dec. 5, 1850; died Vienna, April 20, 1918),
Harnack, Adolf
Adolf Harnack (born Dorpat, May 7, 1851; died Heidelberg, June 10, 1930),
Hauser, Friederike
Friederike Hauser (Frau), friend of Valerie and Moriz Violin, and also of
Hilsner, Leopold
Leopold Hilsner, apprentice cobbler, Jewish, from the Bohemian town of Polná, who
Karl I, Kaiser
Kaiser (Emperor) Karl I (born Schloss Persenbeug, Aug 17, 1887; died Madeira,
Kufferath, Maurice
Maurice Kufferath (born Mülheim, May 12, 1852; died Wiesbaden, July 28, 1919),
Lechner, Otto
Otto Lechner (1861-1939), Austrian politician; in 1918-19 he ws a member of
Linscherl, Frau
Frau Linscherl, acquaintance of Schenker's brother, Wilhelm, and his wife, Dodi. Contributor:
Lloyd George, David
David Lloyd George (born Manchester, Jan 17, 1863; died March 26, 1945),
Ludendorf, Erich
Ludendorff, Erich (born Kruszewnia, April 9, 1865; died Tutzing, Dec 20,1937), alongside
Maiulik
Mauilik, Herr (Mr.), acquaintance of Sophie Guttmann. Contributor: Marko Deisinger
Masaryk, Tomáš
Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (born Hodonin, Moravia, March 7, 1850; died Lány, Cz.,
Paasche, Hermann
Hermann Paasche (born Feb 24, 1851; died Detroit, April 11, 1925), German
Richthofen, Manfred
Manfred (Albrecht Freiherr) von Richthofen (born Breslau, May 2, 1892; died Somme,
Schenker, Dodi
Dodi Schenker, wife of Schenker's elder brother Wilhelm Schenker, thus Schenker's sister-in-law.
Schuler, Walter
Walter Schuler, Owner of the Post Hotel in St. Anton in Arlberg,
Seligmann, Adalbert
Adalbert Franz Seligmann (1862-1945), Austrian art critic, writer, and painter. Seligmann studied
Siemens, Georg
Georg Siemens (1839–1901), German banker and politician, founding director of the Deutsche
Sonnino, Sidney
Sidney Sonnino (born Pisa, March 11, 1847; died Nov 24, 1922), Italian
Steglich, Rudolf
Rudolf Steglich, Dr. (born Rats-Damnitz, Feb 18, 1886; died Scheinfeld, July 8,
Sternheim, Carl
Carl Sternheim (born Leipzig, April 1, 1878; died Nov 3, 1942), German
Stransky, Erwin
Erwin Stransky (born Vienna, July 3, 1877; died Vienna, Jan 26, 1962),
Wächter, Eberhard von
Eberhard von Wächter (Baron), musical editor of the newspaper Das Neue Österreich
Wanner, Frau
Frau Wanner, apparently the owner of a guesthouse in Seefeld, in the
Weisse, Frau
Frau (Mrs.) Weisse, mother of Schenker's pupil, Hans Weisse, and wife of
Wilson, Woodrow
Woodrow Wilson (born Staunton, VA, Dec 28, 1856; died Washington, DC, Feb
Hindenburg, Paul von
Paul von Hindenburg born Oct 2, 1847; died Aug 2, 1934, German
Elias, Frau
Frau (Mrs.) Elias, presumably the mother of Schenker's long-time pupil, Angi Elias.
Weisse, Hans
Hans Weisse (born Vienna, March 31, 1892; died New York, Feb 10,
Engel, Eduard
Eduard Engel (born Stolp, Nov 12, 1851; died Potsdam, Nov 23, 1938),
Baudrexel, Frau
Baudrexel, Frau, landlady of Jeanette Kornfeld in c. 1918 (i.e. before marriage
Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm
Foerster, Friedrich Wilhelm (born Berlin, June 2, 1869; died Kilchberg Jan 9,
Freund, Fräulein
Freund, Fräulein, pupil of Schenker's for two years, October 1916 to Spring
Glattauer
Glattauer, unknown person, perhaps Moritz Glattauer (1870-d. in Holocaust), first violinist in
Hertling, Georg von
Georg von Hertling, Count (born Aug 31, 1843; died Jan 4, 1919),
Ludwig, Ernst
Ernst Ludwig (18??-1915), distinguished Viennese piano teacher, professor in the Ausbildungsklasse for
Hofer, Fräulein
Hofer, Fräulein, concert artist. Schenker was invited to a concert by her
Kaposy, Frau
Kaposy (Kaposi), Frau, pupil of Schenker's, appearing in the lessonbooks for 1915/16,
Chamberlain, Houston Stewart
Houston Stewart Chamberlain (born Portsmouth, Sept 9, 1885; died Bayreuth, Jan 9,
Wustmann, Gustav
Gustav Wustmann (born Dresden, May 23, 1844; died Leipzig, Dec 22, 1911),
Kurth, Ernst
Ernst Kurth (born Vienna, June 1, 1886; died Bern, Aug 2, 1946),
Kerensky, Alexander
Alexander Kerensky (born Simbirsk, May 4, 1881; died New York, June 11,
König, Fräulein
König, Fräulein, pupil of Schenker's from October 1915 to Spring 1919, studying
Korngold, Julius
Julies Korngold (born Brno, Dec 22, 1860; died Los Angeles, Sept 25,
Kühlmann, Richard
Richard von Kühlmann (born Constantinople, May 3, 1873; died Feb 16, 1948),
Lenin
Lenin, Vladimir (born Sibirsk, April 22, 1870; died Gorki Leninskiye, Jan 21,
Louis, Rudolf
Rudolf Louis (born Schwetzingen, Jan 30, 1870; died Munich, Nov 15, 1914),
Ludwig, Frau
Ludwig, Frau, wife, later widow of eminent teacher of piano, Ernst Ludwig.
Marienberg, Markus
Markus Marienberg, friend of Schenker's family in Galicia. A document dated 1899
Marienberg, Sabine
Sabine Marienberg (Fräulein), presumably daughter of Markus Marienberg, friend of Schenker's family
Medek
Medek (Herr), evidently the building superintendant or handyman at Jeanette Kornfeld's apartment,
Orlay
Orlay, Schenker's dentist in Vienna, frequently mentioned in Schenker's diaries, and not
Schenker, Johann
Johann Schenker (c. 1828-87), father of Heinrich Schenker. Johann Schenker was the
Selig, Fräulein
Selig, Fräulein, pupil of Schenker's from October 1915 to Spring 1918. In
Trotsky
Trotsky (Trotzki), Leon (born Yanovka, Nov 7, 1879; died Coyoacán, Mexico, Aug
Poincaré, Raymond
Raymond Poincaré (born Meuse, Aug 20, 1860; died Paris, Oct 15, 1934),
Gurlitt, Wilibald
Wilibald Gurlitt (born Dresden, March 1, 1889; died Freiburg, Dec 15, 1963),
Seidmann, Bernhard
Bernhard Seidmann (1891-), Swiss conductor, founder-director in 1943 of the Zurich Motet
Krause, Carl
Carl (Karl) Krause, an ordinary member of the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in
Rosé, Eduard
Eduard Rosé (Rosenbaum) (born Jassy, Bukovina, March 29, 1859; died Theresienstadt, Jan
Fischer, Emma
Emma Fischer (Baronesse) (born Vienna, May 2, 1876; died Feb 12, 1964),
Bußler, Ludwig
Ludwig Bußler [Bussler] (born Berlin, Nov 26, 1838; died Berlin, Jan 18,
Geiringer, Karl
Karl Geiringer (born Vienna, April 26, 1899; died Santa Barbara, CA, Jan
Auslander, Frederick E.
Frederick E. Auslander (*June 30, 1910, New York; †Nov 1981, Liberty, NY),
Violin, Karl
Karl [Karli; Carli] Violin (dates unknown), son of Moriz and Valerie Violin.
Violin, Genovefa
Genovefa [Eva; Everl] Violin (dates unknown), daughter of Moriz and Valerie Violin.
Bernhardi, Friedrich von
Friedrich von Bernhardi ( born Nov 22, 1849; died Dec 11, 1930),
Treitschke, Heinrich von
Heinrich von Treitschke (born Sept 15, 1834; died April 28, 1896), German
Türkel, Siegfried
Siegfried Türkel, Viennese attorney involved in the estate of Mrs. Sofie Deutsch
Anna, Frau
Frau Anna, maidservant of Heinrich Schenker in the period around 1918-21. She
Ernst
Ernst, errand-boy of First Lieutenant Ludwig Bednai in 1918. Contributor: Marko Deisinger
Fried, Frau
Frau (Mrs.) Fried, an acquaintance of Alfred Rothberger. Mrs. Fried's cook asked
Friedmann, Dr. Hugo
Hugo Friedmann (Dr.), attorney involved with the estate of Sofie Deutsch, his
Hass, Julius
Julius Hass (Dr.) (1884-1959), Austrian doctor and orthopedic surgeon, and the last
Hilsenrad, Dr.
Hilsenrad [Hilsenrat] (Dr.), head of the district of Sereth in Bukovina. From
Lorenz, Adolf
Adolf Lorenz (Prof.) (born 1854; died Feb 12, 1946), Austrian doctor and
Marx, Karl
Karl Heinrich Marx (born Trier, May 5, 1818; died London, March 14,
Orlando, Vittorio Edmanuele
Vittorio Emanuele Orlando (born Palermo, May 19, 1860; died Rome, December 1,
Radi, Frau
Radi [Berl-Radi], Frau, owner of a boarding house in Pickern, near Marburg
Redlich, Friedrich
Friedrich [Fritz] Redlich (1868-1921), leading Austrian industrialist (owner of a sugar refinery
Schiff, Paul
Paul Schiff, younger brother of Jeanette Schenker (née Schiff; Kornfeld), thus from
Schiff, Anna
Schiff, Anna, sister-in-law to Jeannette Schenker (née Schiff; Kornfeld), thus also to
Saphir, Josef
Josef Saphir, proprietor of the piano manufacturing company Saphir, founded in 1886,
Saphir, Richard
Richard Saphir (born 1890), son of Josef Saphir and his wife Mathilde.
Saphir, Mathilde
Mathilde Saphir, wife of Josef Saphir, mother of Richard Saphir. Contributor: Marko
Strauß, Josef
Josef Strauß (1827-1870), Austrian architect, inventor, composer and conductor. He was the
Stürgkh, Karl
Karl Graf von Stürgkh (born Graz, Oct 30, 1859 ; died Vienna,
Redlich, Frau
Frau Redlich, perhaps the wife of Friedrich (Fritz) Redlich. Contributor: Marko Deisinger
Strauß, Johann, father
Johann Strauß, father (born Vienna, March 14, 1804; died Vienna, Sept 25,
Strauß, Johann, younger
Johann Strauß, younger (born Vienna, Oct 25, 1825; died Vienna, June 3,
Wahle, Richard
Richard [Fritz] Wahle (18??-1918), German or Austrian violinist and violin teacher, member
Wilson, Edith Bolling Gat
Edith Bolling Gat Wilson (born Wytheville, VA, Oct 15, 1872; died Dec
Adler, Victor
Victor Adler (born Prague, June 24, 1852; died Vienna, Nov 11, 1918),
Adler, Friedrich
Friedrich Adler (born Vienna, July 9, 1879; died Zurich, January 2, 1960),
Austerlitz, Friedrich
Friedrich Austerlitz (born Hochlieben, Bohemia, April 25, 1862; died Vienna, July 5,
Kraus, Karl
Karl Kraus (born Gitschin, Bohemia, April 28, 1874; died Vienna, June 12,
Kalbeck, Max
Max Kalbeck (born Breslau, Jan 4, 1850; died Vienna, May 4, 1921),
Specht, Richard
Richard Specht (born Vienna, Dec 7, 1870; died Vienna, March 18, 1932),
Epstein, Julius
Julius Epstein (born Agram (Zagreb), Aug 7, 1832; died Vienna, March 1,
Door, Anton
Door, Anton (born Vienna, June 20, 1833; died Vienna, Nov 7, 1919),
Friedman, Ignacy
Ignacy Friedman [Ignaz Friedmann] (born Podgórze, Feb 14, 1882; died Sydney, Australia,
Bischoff, Hans
Hans Bischoff (born Feb 17, 1852; died June 12, 1889), German pianist
Wilhelm II, Kaiser
Wilhelm II, Kaiser [Emperor] (born Jan 27, 1859; died June 4, 1941),
Foch, Ferdinand
Ferdinand Foch, Marshall (born Oct 2, 1851; died March 20, 1929), served
Baudrexel, Dolfi
Dolfi [Dolfy; Dolphi] Baudrexel, daughter of Frau Baudrexel, living at Vienna III,
Reinhold, Hugo
Hugo Reinhold (born Vienna, March 3, 1854; died Vienna, Sept 4, 1935),
Klammerth (snr)
Klammerth [Klammert], industrialist, who in April 1919 advertised summer accommodation at his
Pechaček, Jenny
Jenny Pechaček (Frau), tailoress, seamstress, living at Vienna VII, Bernardgasse 7, whom
Friedländer, Max
Max Friedländer (born Brieg [Brzeg, Poland], Oct 12, 1852; died Berlin, May
Klammerth (jnr)
Klammerth [Klammert] (jnr), pupil of Schenker's for the two seasons 1919/20 and
Pechaček (Herr)
Pechaček (Herr), shoemaker in Vienna, who repaired and made shoes for Heinrich
Pechaček (Frl)
Pechaček (Fräulein; Miss), daughter of seamstress Jenny Pechaček and her husband, who
Fischmann, Leo
Leo Fischmann, Dr., attorney at law, legal advisor for the Schutzverband deutscher
Liebstöckl, Hans
Hans Liebstöckl [Liebstoeckl] (born Feb 26, 1872; died April 24, 1934), Viennese
Krenek, Ernst
Ernst Krenek [Křenek] (born Aug 23, 1900; died Dec 22, 1991), Vienna-born
Oppel, Reinhard
(Julius) Reinhard Oppel (born Thüringen, Nov 13, 1878; died Leipzig Nov 21,
Meinert, Carl
Carl Meinert, important collector of autograph manuscripts and industrialist living in Dessau,
Scheibler, Ludwig
Ludwig Scheibler (1848-1921), art historian and music historian. Among his publications was
Effenberger, Hans
Hans Effenberger, referred to by Anthony van Hoboken in 1928 (OJ 11/54,
Baker, Josephine
Josephine Baker (born St Louis, MO June 3, 1906; died Paris, April
Busoni, Ferruccio
Ferruccio Busoni (born Florence, April 1, 1866; died Berlin, July 27, 1924),
Epstein, Richard
Richard Epstein (born Vienna, Jan 26, 1869; died New York, Aug 1,
Johann
Johann, man or boy who did household chores from time to time
Bloch, Richard
Richard Bloch (Hupka), brother of Mrs. Kaposy and Felix Hupka. In 1918,
Lublinski, Samuel
Samuel Lublinski (born Johannisburg, E. Prussia, 1868; died Weimar, 1910), German author,
Hahofer
Hahofer, an associate of Felix Hupka, who in 1918 at Hupka's request
Sixtus Ferdinand of Bourbon-Parma
Prince Sixtus Ferdinand of Bourbon-Parma, one of two Belgian officers whom Emperor
Prohaska, Karl
Karl Prohaska (born Mödling, Vienna April 25, 1869; died Vienna, March 28,
Schmidt, Franz
Franz Schmidt (born Pressburg [Bratislava], Dec 22, 1874; died Perchtoldsdorf, Feb 11,
Horn, Camillo
Camillo [Kamillo] Horn (born Reichenberg [Liberec], Bohemia, Dec 29, 1860; died Vienna,
Weingarten, Paul
Paul Weingarten (born Brünn [Brno], Moravia, April 20, 1886; died Vienna, April
Richier, Paul
Paul Richier (), piano teacher in Vienna, at one time first assistant
Schneider-Grünzweig, Marie
Marie Schneider-Grünzweig (1874-1941), Austrian social activist in music. Schneider-Grünzweig was a pianist
Patonay, Frau
Frau Patonay, director of the Lutwak-Patonay-Konservatorium in 1923; possibly the pianist Jenny
Göllerich, August
August Göllerich, jnr (born Linz, July 2, 1859; died Linz, March 16,
Baumayer, Marie
Marie Baumayer (born Cilli, Slovenia, July 12, 1851; died Vienna, Jan 23,
Escherich, Kitty von
Kitty [Katherina] von Escherich (born Warasdin, Nov 25, 1855; died Vienna, Oct
Escherich, Gita von
Gita [Brigitte] von Escherich, music teacher in Vienna in 1923, located at
Clauswitz, Käthe
Käthe Clauswitz, music teacher in Vienna in 1923, located at Vienna IV,
Kiesling, Emmy
Emmy Kiesling, music teacher in Vienna in 1923, located at Vienna IV,
Hesse, Else
Else Hesse, music teacher in Vienna in 1923, located at Vienna VIII,
Oesterwitz, Hermine
Hermine Oesterwitz [Österwitz], music teacher in Vienna in 1923, located at Vienna
Rothberger, Karl
Karl Rothberger, son of Alfred Rothberger and his wife Hilda, long-time close
Hirsch, Paul
Paul Hirsch (born Frankfurt a/M, Feb 24, 1881; died Cambridge, England, Nov
Heuss, Alfred
Alfred (Valentin) Heuss (born Chur, Jan 27, 1877; died Gaschwitz, nr. Leizpig,
Lanner, Josef
Josef Franz Karl Lanner (born Vienna, April 12, 1801; died Vienna, April
Erk, Ludwig Christian
Ludwig Christian Erk (born Wetzlar, January 6, 1807; died Berlin, November 25,
Hofmann, Josef
Josef Hofmann (born Vienna, Aug 13, 1865; died Vienna, Oct 18, 1927),
Wellesz, Egon
Egon Wellesz (born Vienna, Oct 21, 1885; died Oxford, England, Nov 9,
Seuffert, Eduard
Eduard Seuffert (born Vienna, January 16, 1850; died [place unknown], 1908/09?), Austrian
Bösendorfer, Ludwig
Ludwig Bösendorfer (born Vienna, April 10, 1835; died Vienna, May 9, 1919),
Bella, Rudolf
Rudolf Bella (born Hermannstadt (Sibiu), Hungary, December 7, 1890; died Romanshorn, Switz.,
Klose, Friedrich
Friedrich Klose (born Karlsruhe, Nov 29, 1862; died Ruvigliana, Dec 24, 1942),
Halm, August
August Halm (born Grossaltdorf, Oct 26, 1869; died Saalfeld, February 1, 1929),
Lafite, Karl
Karl [Carl] Lafite (born Vienna October 31, 1872; died Vienna, November 19,
Fried, Fräulein
Fräulein Fried, pupil of Schenker's in the years 1919/20 and 1920/21, studying
Winter, Hugo
Hugo Winter (born Vienna, September 2, 1885; died New York, 1952), Austrian
Roth, Ernst
Ernst Roth (born Prague, June 1, 1896; died Twickenham, Eng, July 17,
Rothe, Fräulein B(arbara)
Fräulein B(arbara?) Rothe, Office manageress (Bureau-Chefin) at Universal Edition. Fräulein Rothe is
Fux, Johann Joseph
Johann Joseph Fux (born Hirtenfeld, Styria, 1660; died Vienna, Feb 13, 1741),
Bellermann, Heinrich
Heinrich Bellermann (born Berlin, March 10, 1832; died Potsdam, April 10, 1903),

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