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Hugo Botstiber (born 21 April 1875, Vienna – 15 January 1941, Shrewsbury, UK), was an Austrian Jewish musicologist, who studied under Robert Fuchs and Guido Adler. He was the secretary general of the Wiener Konzerthaus. In 1938, he left Nazi Austria.
- Beethoven im Alltag, 1927;
- J. Haydn, 1927 (the 3rd volume for the work of Carl Ferdinand Pohl, based on the notes of him);
- He revised the "Musikbuch aus Österreich" between 1904 and 1911;
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