Hohn (nee Bang), Mariane 'Maia' Johanne (fem) 24.apr.1873-3.jan.1940 Norway, Tromso - USA NY, New York
violinist, studied violin with Gudbrand Bohn in Norway, 1897 graduated from Leipzig Conservatory, studied with Henri Marteau in Geneva Switzerland, with Leopold Auer in St Petersburg Russia, 1900 debuted in Oslo where she founded a music school, 1919 she emigrated to the USA, 1919 assistant of Leopold Auer at the Auer's Academy New York, 1.sep.1931 she patented a 'musical educational device', she collected Paganiniana, 1926-1938 residing at 454 and 110 Riverside Drive, nov.1938 became naturalized American ; daughter of bishop Anton Christian Andersen Bang (Donnes 18.sep.1840-29.dec.1913 Oslo) and Laura Helene Marie Kaasen (Eidsvold 1837-1909) : children Ivar Christian (Gran 28.oct.1869-), Gudrid Dorothea (Gran 1871-), Mariane Johanne (Tromso 24.apr.1873-), Ole Kaasen (Oslo 1875-), Laura Antoine (Oslo 1877-), Signe (Oslo 9.may.1879-) and Liv (Oslo 1881-) ; 1922 she married baron Charles Emil Hohn (Switzerland, Zurich 10.may.1887- / naturalized American 12.dec.1927)

[even in official american documents her birth is recorded as 24.apr.1879]

Title Parts

[] Violin method based on the teaching principles of Leopold Auer. 7 Volumes. Carl Fischer, New York 1919-1925
[] Violin course. 5 Volumes and Supplement. G. Schirmer, New York 1932-1935 Part 1 - Elementary
Part 2 - More advanced studies
Part 3 - Third and second position
Part 4 - Fourth and fifth positions
Part 5 - Sixth and seventh positions
[] One young violinist. Violin with piano accompaniment
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1936

[] Two young violinists. Two violins with piano accompaniment
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1936

[] Three young violinists. Three violins with piano accompaniment
pub G. Schirmer, New York 1936

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