Rondo

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Contents

History

Thhis firm was founded in 1922 by Alexander Jadassohn (1873-1948), son of the composer Salomon Jadassohn (1831—1902), Hans Bartsch, Max Dreyfus (the director of T.B. Harms of New York) and Ernst Bloch. Rondo-Verlag published American popular songs and Dreyfus's stage show scores in Germany. Rondo-Verlag was entrusted to aryan colleagues when Jadassohn fled to New York in 1938, but was officially dissolved in 1940.

Editions

Imprints, Addresses, Agencies

Imprints

  • Rondo-Verlag

Addresses

  • Berlin

Plate Numbers

Authority Control


Sources Consulted

Sophie Fetthauer, Musikverlage im „Dritten Reich“ und im Exil, (= Musik im „Dritten Reich“ und im Exil, Bd. 10, Hanns-Werner Heister, Peter Petersen (Hg.)), phil. Diss. Universität Hamburg 2002, Hamburg 2004