TISCHLER, HANS (1915– ), musicologist. Born in Vienna, he settled in the United States in 1938 and studied musicology at Yale University with Schrade and Hindemith where he received his Ph.D. in 1942. He held positions in West Virginia at Wesleyan College (1945–47), Roosevelt University in Chicago (1947–65), and Indiana University (from 1965 until his retirement). He was guest lecturer at Tel Aviv University (1972) and Bar-Ilan (1986). Tischler was a leading scholar of late medieval music, editing complete editions and philological studies of the Notre Dame organa as well as of troubadour and trouvère music. His other fields of study were Mozart's piano concertos and the music of Gustav *Mahler. Among his writings are The Perceptive Music Listener (1955); Chanter m'estuet, Songs of the Trouvères (1981); The Earliest Motets (1982); and Conductus and contrafacta (2001). His important editions include A Medieval Motet Book (1973) and the Monpelier Codex, prmma, ii–vii (1978).
[Jehoash Hirshberg (2nd ed.)]
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