exil.arte  INTERNATIONAL DATABASE OF COMPOSITIONAL ESTATES
– work in progress


exil.arte's most significant mission is the documentation of personalities in the sphere about musicians, composers, music theorists and other music professionals ostrazised, persecuted or killed by National Socialist Regime. Therefore, exil.arte records their musical estates worldwide. Each entry in the database below provides all relevant information, including in which archive or collection the estate is currently located.

The vast compositional estates of émigrés composers, located worldwide in archives, libraries, universites or private collections, are being continously recorded in the database below and presented on this website. The search is set up for composer's names, title of their works or musical genres.

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The work on the following compositional estate-documentations is in progress::

Guido Adler   1855–1941
Walter Arlen   *1920
Max Brod   1884–1968
Robert Fürstenthal   *1920
Hans Gál   1890–1987
Wilhelm Grosz   1894 - 1939
Franz Ippisch   1883–1958
Walter Jurmann   1903–1971
Bronislav Kaper   1902 – 1983
Fritz Kreisler   1875–1962
Karl Rankl   1898 – 1968
Ferdinand Rauter   *1902?
Ruth Schönthal   1924 - 2006
Artur Schnabel   1882–1951
Fritz Spielmann 1906 – 1997
Max Steiner   1888–1971
Joachim Stutschewsky 1891–1982
Julius Salomon Sulzer 1834–1891
Georg Tintner   1917–1999
Victor Urbancic   1903–1958
Karl Weigl   1881–1949
Jaromir Weinberger   1896–1967
Egon Wellesz   1885–1974
Eric Werner   1901–1988
Karl Wiener   1891–1942
Erich Zeisl   1905–1959




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Further BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION
on exiled composers are available on the following sites

Verfolgte Musiker und Musikerinnen der NS-Zeit (German only)
www.lexm.uni-hamburg.de >

and The Orel Foundation (English only)
www.orelfoundation.org >
   

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