Luciaphile, way to go!!! I think we may have been "racing" on this
one. I had to quit at 02:00 PST, about 5 1/2 hours before you posted
Bluestreak, I'm posting what I had here for you, just because. Doesn't
seem to be any sense in just deleting it. I knew there had to be an
answer somewhere. Famous people don't just materialize at the start of
their career and dematerialize at the end of it.
Possible contact info here:
Bard college, where Emil Hauser fled to during the period of 1933 to
1945, held a conference regarding the exiles from Germany during this
period. This page has contact info for a man who was involved with a
round table discussion held as part of the conference.
This page seems to imply that he was still in what is now
Israel/Palestine as late as 1937/8.
implies that he was in the Budapest String Quartet until 1936.
The Hudson Valley Chamber Music Circle, celebrating its 52nd season
this year, was founded by Helen Huntington Hull and two friends from
Staatsburg, New York. They enlisted the help of violinist Emil Hauser,
a member of the Bard College faculty and original first violinist of
the Budapest Quartet, to invite performing artists for concerts at the
Mills and Vanderbilt Mansions.
would indicate that he was still around in 1950.
Well, he couldnt have just vanished.
Has a listing for "emil hauser" in a cemetery, but with no data
Grove Music says:
That year she established the Jerusalem Musical Society, and in 1922
formed the Jerusalem String Quartet with her sister Margery, a
violinist; it was reorganized in 1933 with Emil Hauser as leader
BORIS SCHWARZ/R: Yellin [née Bentwich], Thelma', The New Grove
Dictionary of Music Online ed. L. Macy (Accessed 6 December 2002),
American composer. He studied theory and composition (with Druckman),
cello (with Louis Garcia-Renard), and trumpet (with Emil Hauser) at
Bard College (BA 1965)
STEPHEN RUPPENTHAL/DAVID PATTERSON: Dickman, Stephen (Allen)', The New
Grove Dictionary of Music Online ed. L. Macy (Accessed 6 December
has contact information for a man who studied under Emil Hauser at
According to the detailed resume which is linked to from that site,
he graduated high school in 1959, got his BA at Bard in 1963, and his
MS at Julliard in 1965 and then took more studies at Bard. It seems to
say that he studied under Emil at Julliard in 65/66.
20th Century Music, Juilliard School of Music, 1965-6.
Major studies with: John Becker (composition), Emil Hauser
In addition to the possibility that he may know the answer to our
question, he may have given a clue that Emil might have been at
Julliard. It also tells us the he was alive as late as 1963 for
has a picture of a music society in 1931, with Emil hauser in the
front row. I dont know if this is the right one, though. In brackets
after his name is Hans Murer. I dont know if that is another name for
him, but I ll see what comes up.
I dont know what it means, but hes mentioned here for 1938:
the translated version doesnt really help.
has a reference of some sort, but I have no clue what it means. The
translation might as well be in Latin for all the sense it makes.
In the Bard College newspaper, this issue:
has an article about Hauser flying to France to serve on a panel in
This 1962 issue has an article about a cast of Hausers head being
violin OR violinist "Emil Hauser"
"emil hauser" biography
searched some databases available through Vancouver Public Library