Oskar Sala Net Worth 2022, Biography, Wife, Family & More

Oskar Sala
Oskar Sala

Oskar Sala net worth 2022 was $100 million. He was a German scientist, composer, and early adopter of electronic music. He was brought into the world in Greiz. He utilized the Trautonium, a synthesizer’s trailblazer, as his instrument.

Oskar Sala Biography

Oskar Sala was born on 18 July 1910 in greiz and died on 26 February 2002.

He studied on piano and organ during his childhood, performing traditional piano shows as a young person. In 1929, he moved to Berlin to concentrate on piano and structure with arranger and violist Paul Hindemith at the Berlin Conservatory. He likewise followed the trials of Dr. Friedrich Trautwein, at the school’s lab, figuring out how to play with Trautwein’s trailblazer electronic instrument, the Trautonium.

On 20 June 1930 Sala and Paul Hindemith gave a public presentation at the Berliner Musikhochschule Hall called “Neue Musik Berlin 1930″ to present the Trautonium. Later Sala visited Germany with the Trautonium; in 1931 he was the soloist in an exhibition of Hindemith’s Concert for Trautonium with String Quartet. He likewise soloed in the presentation of Hindemith understudy Harald Genzmer’s “Show for Trautonium AND Orchestra”.

Personal Details

Real NameOskar Sala
Age92 years at death
Date of Birth18 July, 1910
ProfessionComposer, Scientist
Zodiac SignNot Known


SiblingsNot Known


SchoolYet To Update
UniversityYet To Update
QualificationYet To Update

Physical Statistics

Height5’7 Feet
170 cm
1.7 m
Weight70 Kgs
154 Pounds
Hair ColorWhite
Eye ColorBlack


In 1948, Sala further formed the Trautonium into the Mixtur-Trautonium. The Mixtur-Trautonium considered the initial time in music history the execution of sounds which had just been known in principle since the Middle Ages, however were never really playable[example needed]. Sala’s innovation opened the field of subharmonics, the symmetric partner to suggestions, so a completely particular tuning evolved.

Sala introduced his new instrument to general society in 1952 and would before long get worldwide licenses for its circuits. That very year, Harald Genzmer conveyed the score to the primary Concert For Mixtur-Trautonium And Grand Orchestra.

During the 1950s Sala additionally fabricated the Quartett-Trautonium.


During the 1940s and 1950s, he dealt with many film scores. In 1958, he laid out his own studio at Mars film GmbH (fourth manifestation) in Berlin. It was there that he delivered electronic soundtracks for such movies as Veit Harlan’s Different from You and Me (1957), Rolf Thiele’s Rosemary (1959), and Fritz Lang’s Das Indische Grabmal (1959).

He made the non-melodic soundtrack for Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds. He got many honors for his film scores, however he always lost an Oscar. He additionally accomplished a lot of work on German ads, generally eminently one alluded to as HB’s little man.

He was a privileged Senator of Berlin.


  • Peter Donhauser (2007). Elektrische Klangmaschinen. Boehlau Vienna (in German).
  • Peter Badge (2000). Oskar Sala:Pionier der elektronischen Musik. Satzwerk, 100pp.
  • Pablo Freire / Audionautas (2011/2012). Oskar Sala. El último artesano.


  • Trautonium-Konzerte

(Wergo WER 286 266–2)Harald Genzmer’s Konzert für Trautonium und Orchester (Concerto for Trautonium and Orchestra) (1938/39) and Konzert für Mixtur-Trautonium und großes Orchester (Concerto for Mixtur-Trautonium and Large Orchestra) (1952)

  • My Fascinating Instrument

Contains his own compositions, dating from 1955 to 1989

  • Subharmonische Mixturen

Contains Paul Hindemith’s Langsames Stueck für Orchester und Rondo für Trautonium (Slow Piece for Orchestra And Rondo for Trautonium), Sala’s own compositions, dating from 1992 to 1995, and his soundtrack to Der Wuerger von Schloss Dartmore (The Strangler of Castle Dartmore)

  • Elektronische Impressionen

Hindemith’s 7 Triostuecke für drei Trautonien (7 Triopieces for three Trautonien), Konzertstueck fuer Trautonium und Streicher (Concertpiece for Trautonium And Strings) written in 1931 and recorded in 1977. Also contains Sala’s Elektronische Impressionen (Electronic Impressions), 1978.

  • Resonanzen

(1970, re-release 1994, Originalton West OW027)Contains Suite für Mixtur-Trautonium und elektronisches Schlagwerk and Resonanzen: Konzertante Musik für Mixtur-Trautonium und Elektronisches Orchester.


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His wealth was around $30 million at time of his death as per mashoor.media.

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