Ernst Heuser

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Ernst Heuser (1863–1942) was a German pianist, teacher[1] and composer of classical music.

Heuser was born 9 April 1863 in Elberfeld, and died 12 June 1942 in Köln.[2]

His students at the Conservatorium der Musik in Coeln included Felix Borowski,[3] and his compositions included a piano trio,[4] an opera Aus Grosser Zeit,[5] and other works.[6]


  1. ^ Music Lovers' Encyclopedia: Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary, p. 777, at Google Books
  2. ^ "Altmann, W. Kurzgefasstes Tonkünstler-Lexikon, 15. Aufl. via Library of Congress Name Authority File". Retrieved May 24, 2014..
  3. ^ Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1920), volume 6, p. 138, at Google Books.
  4. ^ published 1901 by Julius Hainauer Verlag of Breslau; listed in the online catalog of the Frankfurt: Universitätsbibliothek Joh. Chr. Senckenberg.
  5. ^ permanent link to Library of Congress catalog entry for the libretto of Aus Grosser Zeit
  6. ^ see e.g. IMSLP.

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