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Viennese bookseller, gallery owner, concert agent.

Heller founded his own bookshop in 1905 in Vienna, comprising a bookstore, an art gallery, at which in 1909 he organized an exhibition of forty paintings by Schoenberg, and a reception hall, as well as being the proprietor of a concert agency. He was an early publisher of Freud's works.

Heller and Schenker

No correspondence between Schenker and Heller is known to survive, but in 1912 Heller approached Schenker about the latter's planned Organization of Creative and Performing Artists. He is several times mentioned in Schenker's correspondence with Emil Hertzka of UE.