APPENDIX C
PERSONALIA
Adler, Guido ( 1855- 1941), Austrian musicologist, born in Moravia. He was reader in musical history at the German University of Prague and succeeded E. Hanslick in the chair for music at the University of Vienna ( 1898- 1927). He was founder and chief editor of the Denkmäler der Tonkunst in Oesterreich. He was a pupil of Bruckner at the Conservatory in Vienna (until 1874) and a friend of Mahler, whom he met in the later 1870s.
Arnim, Achim von ( 1781- 1831), German poet of the Romantic movement. He edited with Clemens Brentano (q.v.) the collection of German folk poetry Des Knaben Wunderhorn and married his sister Bettina.
Assmayer, Ignaz ( 1790-1862), Austrian organist and notable composer of music for the Roman Church. He was a pupil of Michael Haydn and a friend of Schubert. He lived in Vienna, where he was appointed court organist in 1825 and succeeded Weigl in 1846 as second court conductor.
Auer, Max (born 1880), Austrian biographer of Bruckner.
Bahr-Mildenburg, Anna ( 1872-1947). Austrian dramatic soprano, famous for her interpretation of the great heroines of Wagner and Strauss. She sang under Mahler at Hamburg ( 1895-7) and followed him later to Vienna, where she became one of the celebrated members of the Opera((until 1917). She married the Austrian playwright and essayist Hermann Bahr ( 1863- 1934) in 1909, and lived with him, first at Salzburg, later on (from 1919 onwards) in Munich, where she died.
Bauer-Lechner, Natalie ( 1859-1923), Austrian violinist; played second violin in the Soldat-Roeger Quartet (until 1914). The first performance of Hugo Wolf's string Quartet took place in her house. She was a close friend Mahler's sisters and of Mahler(especially in the years before 1902).
Brentano, Clemens ( 1778-1842), German poet of the Romantic movement. Friend and brother-in-law of Achim v. Arnim (q.v.).
Decsey, Ernst ( 1870-1941), Austrian musicographer, pupil of Bruckner. He published biographies of Hugo Wolf and Bruckner.

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