Hugo Leichtentritt (1 January 1874, Pleschen, Polish: Pleszew, nearby Posen, Province of Posen – 13 November 1951, Cambridge, Massachusetts) was a German-Jewish musicologist and composer who spent much of his life in the USA. Composer Erich Walter Sternberg was one of his pupils.
Dates provided are primarily publication dates, not dates of authorship.
- R. Keiser in seinen Opern, 1901
- contributor of "Allgemeine Musikzeitung"
- contributor to "Die Musik"
- Geschichte der Motette, published 1908 by Breitkopf und Härtel
- Claudio Monteverdi als Madrigal Komponist, 1908-9
- Musikalische Formenlehre, 1911
- Erwin Lendvai: Kompositionen, 1912
- Music, History and Ideas, 1938
- Serge Koussevitzky; The Boston Symphony Orchestra and the New American Music, published 1946 by Harvard University Press
- Music of Western Nations, 1956
- See (just e.g.) this article from the July 1928 issue (in German) @ Internet Archive.
- OCLC 3383995
- OCLC 843569601. Many editions by Leichtentritt of Monteverdi madrigals can be found in library catalogs- see Worldcat here also.
- OCLC 24916045. Library of Congress copy inscribed by Mr. Lendvai to Hugo Leichtentritt with many thanks, Oliva, July 3, 1912.
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