San Francisco translated from the German by Eric Benson, Donald Peet Cobb and Horatio F. Stoll, J. -2d prelim.
San Francisco Public Library. San Francisco Public Library. Mimeographed translated from the German by Eric Benson, Donald Peet Cobb and Horatio F. Dramatis personae: 1849-1855 (Supplementary biographies)": leaves 91-163. Bibliographies at the end of each section of "Dramatis personae: 1849-1855"; "Bibliography on Hauser": leaf 178. Call number.
The Letters Of Miska . .The letters of Miska Hauser, 1853 (History of music in San Francisco series). 0404072437 (ISBN13: 9780404072438).
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After Hauser's death, Stanhope published a book in which he presented all . disproved in Otto Mittelstädt's book.
After Hauser's death, Stanhope published a book in which he presented all known evidence against Hauser, taking it as his "duty openly to confess that I had been deceived.
Hauser" could be contemporaries Miska/Michael Hauser (1822-87) or Moritz Hauser (1826-57). Works with Opus number. Every work here is for violin and piano except for a few works, specifically indicated, the exceptions mostly for violin solo, violin and orchestra or piano solo (plus a few choral works.
HAUSER, Miska, a famous Hungarian violinist, born 1822 in Pressburg, received his musical education in Vienna, under Böhm and Mayseder. When only twelve years of age he made a tour through the world. In 1840 he travelled through Germany, Sweden, Norway, and Russia; he visited London in 1850, and California, South America, and Australia in 1853–8. In 1860 he was feted by King Victor Emanuel of Italy and the Sultan of Turkey
Arnold Hauser was born in Hungary and studied literature and the history of art at the universities of Budapest, Vienna, Berlin and Paris. In 1921 he returned to Berlin to study economics and sociology under Ernst Troeltsch.
Arnold Hauser was born in Hungary and studied literature and the history of art at the universities of Budapest, Vienna, Berlin and Paris. From 1923 to 1938 he lived in Vienna where he began work on The Social History of Art. He lived in London from 1938 until 1977, when he returned to his native Hungary. He died in Budapest in 1978. Jonathan Harris is Senior Lecturer in Art History and Critical Theory at the University of Keele.
Miska (Michael) Hauser ( 1822 in Pressburg, † December 8th 1887 in Vienna ) was an.
Miska (Michael) Hauser ( 1822 in Pressburg, † December 8th 1887 in Vienna ) was an Austro-Hungarian violin virtuoso and composer. Hauser's father, a well-known violinist and friend of Beethoven, awoke in his son's passion for playing the violin. His musical education was at Bratislava at Hauser Josef Matalay His first in the East German Post (Vienna) published as letters impressions of his great American journey was Hauser out later in book form: From the hiking book an Austrian virtuoso (Leipzig 1858/59, 2 volumes).
Victor-Eugene McCarty, one of the first o.