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Fleischer, Hans

Hans Fleischer was born in Wiesbaden (Germany) on November 10th, 1896. He studied composition with Professor Carl Kittel in Bayreuth as well as with Reger student Johanna Senfter in Oppenheim/Rhein.

Years of working in Wiesbaden followed, until in 1941 he was called to be Head of music theory class development and Acting Director of the Landesmusikschule Luxembourg.

As a result of the events of the War, Fleischer returned to Bayreuth, which offered him from then on the necessary artistic and human sphere for further compositional creation.

Honors such as bing awarded the Jean-Paul Medal in 1956, and the Bayreuth Cultural Award in 1976 were validations of his artistic path.

Hans Fleischer died in Bayreuth, on February 20th, 1981.

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