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Pianist and teacher, son of Julius Epstein.

Epstein was taught by his father and Robert Fuchs, began his career in Berlin and Dresden, then in London (1904-14), thereafter in New York. In 1906-07 he performed the C. P. E. Bach A-minor Keyboard Concerto in Schenker's edition.

Correspondence from him to Schenker survives as OJ 10/24 (1903-06: 7 items, 2 concert programs).


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  • WSLB 66/67 Handwritten letter from Schenker to Hertzka (UE) + list of names, dated October 19, 1910

    Schenker cancels their Thursday meeting. — He argues for sweeping changes to the draft contract for Beethovens neunte Sinfonie. — He defends his own free speech in the face of Universal Edition's commercial interests. As with his Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue edition, UE will never regret publishing the Ninth Symphony monograph. — He also lauds the prospective editions of the last five Beethoven piano sonatas and volume of J. S. Bach toccatas in a lofty vision for future publications. — He appends a list of recipients of complimentary copies of the Chromatic Fantasy & Fugue.