|A3||Air In G Minor|
|A4||Waltz, Kochel 600 No. 1|
|A5||Sarabande In F|
|A6||Waltz, Kochel 600 No. 2|
|A8||Waltz In C 602 No. 2|
|B2||Waltz In G|
|B4||To A Wild Rose|
|B5||To A Water Lily|
|B6||Bach Listens To Boogie|
"Hans Barth began his career at the age of six when he was awarded a scholarship at the world famous Leipsic Conservatory, founded by Felix Mendelssohn. A few months later he came with his family to the United States and continued his studies in New York City. At the age of 14 he gave 13 recitals in one season in New York.
"He has since given over 500 recitals in this country and Europe, 28 of them in New York including Carnegia and Town Halls.
"The inventor of the first portable quarter-tone piano, Mr. Barth has composed several works for this instrument. He played his own concerto for quarter-tone piano with the Philadelphia Symphony, Stokowski conducting, with the Cincinnati Symphony, Fritz Reiner conducting, and with many other orchestras including the Havana Philharmonic.
"As a composer, he has about 60 published compositions for piano, two piano concertos, three piano sonatas, a set of nine etudes for piano and orchestra, and a symphony.
"A teacher of wide experience, Mr. Barth has made valuable contributions to the teaching profession with his Refresher Courses for Piano Teachers. Students of Hans Barth have won many important contests including the MacDowell auditions. Two of his students were winners of the concerto contest sponsored by the Music Education League, Inc., entitling the student to an appearence at Town Hall."