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German pianist.

London-born, trained at the Royal Academy of Music, son of the pianist and editor Ernst Pauer with whom he studied (-1881), later with Eugen d'Albert (-1885), Pauer taught first at the Cologne Conservatory (1887-97), then at the Royal Conservatory in Stuttgart (1897-1924), first as head of the masterclass in piano, then succeeding Samuel de Lange as Director of that institution in 1908, then becoming Director of the Leipzig Conservatory (1924-32).

No correspondence is known to survive between Pauer and Schenker. John Petrie Dunn, advocate of Schenker's ideas in Scotland, was a piano pupil of Pauer's at the Stuttgart Conservatory.

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