Hans Keller

Hans Keller (11 March 1919 – 6 November 1985) was an influential Austrian-born British musician and writer who made significant contributions to musicology and music criticism, as well as being an insightful commentator on such disparate fields as psychoanalysis and football. In the late 1950s he invented the method of 'Wordless Functional Analysis', in which a musical composition is analysed in musical sound alone, without any words being heard or read.

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Wordless Functional Analysis - Publications
... Scores Hans Keller 'Functional Analysis No. 1958) Hans Keller 'Functional Analysis No ... prepared by Mark Doran and Val Williams, with an introduction by Christopher Wintle, in Hans Keller, Christopher Wintle 'Beethoven’s String Quartets in F minor, Op ...
50 Metre Pistol - World Championships, Men Team
... Riccardo Ticchi Switzerland Mathias Brunner Domenico Giambonini Hans Haenni Fritz Zulauf Caspar Widmer France Léon Johnson Paul Maujean Pecchia R ... Louis Tetart 1922 Milan Switzerland Robert Blum Hans Haenni Koenig F. 1924 Reims Switzerland Mathias Brunner Robert Blum Hans Haenni Koenig F ...
Hans Keller - Bibliography
... Hans Keller and Donald Mitchell (Contrs Eds) Benjamin Britten - A Commentary on His Works from a Group of Specialists (ISBN 0-8371-5623-8) ... Hans Keller and Milein Cosman Stravinsky Seen and Heard (Toccata Press ISBN 0-907689-02-7) ... Hans Keller (Ed ...