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Born in Vienna, Pauer began his professional playing career as a teenager, performing with Hans Koller (1960–62) before leading his own ensembles in Berlin. In the 1960s he played with, among others, Don Byas, Booker Ervin, Art Farmer, Dexter Gordon, Friedrich Gulda, and Annie Ross. From 1968-1970 he taught at the Vienna Municipal Conservatory, and following this was a member of the Osterreicher Rundfunk dance orchestra. In the 1970s he recorded as a leader as well as with Klaus Weiss and Peter Herbolzheimer.
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With Art Farmer
- Gentle Eyes (Mainstream, 1972)