Category talk:Klauser, Karl


the Millet publication revised in 1913 from which I've been drawing items seems to have been seriously retitled too- I think the original 1894 title was Half hours with the Best Composers, not The universal library of music : graded masterpieces in pianoforte compositions (the 1913 title, posthumously). Eric 18:50, 3 August 2011 (UTC) (also, with many collections like these, it's not always clear whether editor really might mean 'publisher', organizer, main force behind...etc, rather than someone who actually edited the works before publication. Some of the works, e.g. Rogers' op.31 Romanza, may have received their first publication in the first edition of Klauser's several-volume book Half hours... , not that first publication precludes editorial intervention (qv W Hill's string quartet, though that example is posthumous.) Eric 19:40, 3 August 2011 (UTC)