1882 – Born on April 17th in Kunzendorf, Silesia, todays Leipnik, Poland. Artur Schnabe was an Austrian classical pianist, who also composed and taught. Schnabel was renowned for his seriousness as a musician, avoiding anything resembling pure technical bravura.
1925 – He taught at State Academy of Music, Berlin.
1933-1942 – Wrote the books, Reflection on Music and Music and the Line of Most Resistance.
1944 – He became a naturalized American citizen.
1951 – Died on August 15th in Axenstein, Switzerland.
1961 – His memoir, My Life and Music was released.