'Songs Not Silenced' Features Composers Banned During Holocaust
Lois Reitzes on NPR's WABE interviews Laurence Sherr, composer-in-residence and professor
of music at Kennesaw State University, about a special Holocaust theme concert at
(Mar 24, 2017) — The Holocaust not only took a horrific toll on human life, it also produced long-lasting
cultural erasure. Jewish composers, and even those performing in non-German styles,
had their music banned. Some of these composers died in the death camps. Others survived,
but their music has been lost. ... Click to listen to the interview and the concert.
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