Reti, Rudolph (1885 – 1957). Little Burlesque, self-published, no place or date, a 4-page solo piano composition. This copy is dedicated to Martha Pollack, a Viennese pianist and pedagogue, a pupil of Reinhold: “To Martha Pollak with all warmest greetings. N.Y.C. 1945 Rudolph Reti”. Reti was a Serbian-born musicologist, pianist, and composer. Reti was a product of the Vienna Academy and one of the founders of The International Society for Contemporary Music in 1922. He settled in the United States in 1938. He is perhaps best known today for The Thematic Process (New York, 1951) and Tonality, Atonality, Pantonality (New York, 1958).