D. Rahter

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History

Founded 1879 in Hamburg by Daniel Rahter (1828-1891), then manager of the St. Petersburg publisher A. Büttner. Rahter was an admirer of Tchaikovsky's music and acquired the German agency for a number of the composer's works from his principal publisher, P. Jurgenson. The firm continued in operation under Rahter's children after his death but was ultimately sold to the rival Hamburg music publisher Anton J. Benjamin in 1917. Benjamin, whose operation moved to Leipzig in 1920, continued to employ the Rahter name as an imprint well into the 20th century.

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprint

  • D. Rahter

Addresses

Russia

  • St. Petersburg (1879-1890)

Germany (Main Offices)

  • Hamburg (1879-1891)
  • Leipzig (1891-1917)

Plate Numbers

Dates in parentheses are estimated dates.

Plate Composer Work Year
367 Tchaikovsky Symphony No.4, Op.36 (Taneev piano duet arrangement) 1880
415 and 416-20 Schütt Poésies d'Automne, Op.36 1893
607 Navrátil Violin Sonata, Op.20 (score&part) 1894
853 Longo Tema con variazioni, Op.30 1897
1027 Navrátil String Quartet No.2, Op.21 (parts) 1898
1674 Tchaikovsky Symphony No.4, Op.36 (1900)
1708-9 Sinigaglia 2 Pieces for Cello and Piano, Op.16 1902
1864 Wolf-Ferrari Violin Sonata No.1, Op.1 1902
1869 Laurischkus Waltz-Caprices, Op.14 1903
1873 Wolf-Ferrari Violin Sonata No.2, Op.10 1902
1914 Wolf-Ferrari Kammersymphonie, Op.8 1903
2857 Ertel Balsazar, Op.12 (score) 1905
3576 Haas Violin Sonata, Op.21 1908
3577 Schelling Suite Fantastique, Op.7 (score) 1908
3779 Seitz Piano Quartet, Op.35 1909
3914 Stock String Quartet, Op.6 (score) 1910
3961 Koch Die Sundflüt, Op.32 (vocal score) 1910
4072–73 Bortkiewicz 10 Etudes, Op.15 1911
4163 Sekles Kleine Suite, Op.21 (score) 1912
4387 Bortkiewicz 3 Valses, Op.27 1924
4388–89 Bortkiewicz 12 Etudes Nouvelles, Op.29 1924
4412 Bortkiewicz Aus Andersens Märchen, Op.30 1925
4418 Bortkiewicz Russische Weisen und Tänze, Op.31 1926
4425 Bortkiewicz 10 Preludes, Op.33 1926
4426 Respighi 6 Little Pieces 1926
4429 Röntgen Holländisches Volksleben, Op.81 1927
4447 Bortkiewicz A Thousand and One Nights, Op.37 1928

The principal publisher of these titles was A. Büttner of St. Petersburg, whose plate number was used. Rahter was the German co-publisher.

Plate Composer Work Year
2054 Davydov String Sextet, Op.35 1880
2265 Nápravník Fantasia on Russian Themes, Op.39 (2-pf arr.) (1882)
2284 Schütt Piano Quartet, Op.12 1882
2289–90 Nápravník Fantasia on Russian Themes, Op.39 (score) (1886)
2317 Wilm String Sextet, Op.27 1882
2441 Huber Cello Sonata No.2, Op.84 1885
2477 Nápravník Piano Quartet, Op.42 1883
2497 Borodin String Quartet No.1 1884
2576 Cui Marche solennelle, Op.18 1881
2774 Schütt Piano Trio No.1, Op.27 1888
2800 Popper Cello Concerto No.3, Op.59 (piano reduction) 1888
2843 Riemann Piano Trio, Op.47 1888
2950 Aloiz Berceuse, Op.18 1889
2951 Aloiz Tarantelle, Op.20 1889

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