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For other people named Carl Engel, see Carl Engel (disambiguation).
Carl Engel (July 21, 1883 – May 6, 1944) was a French-born American pianist, musicologist and publisher from Paris. He was also a writer on music for The Musical Quarterly, and chief of the Music Division of the Library of Congress.
- Sea-shell, for violin and piano
- "Alla breve, from Bach to Debussy" (New York: G. Schirmer, 1921) ISBN 0-8369-1919-X — short biographies of great composers
- Bauer, Harold (July 1944). "Carl Engel 21 July 1883--6 May 1944". The Musical Quarterly 30 (3): 249–254. doi:10.1093/mq/XXX.3.249. ISSN 0027-4631. JSTOR 739473.
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