Terezin - Theresienstadt (Concentration Camp)

Music in Terezםn 1941-1945

Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Describes the musical culture that developed in the “model” ghetto, Theresienstadt, where many of Europe’s most prominent Jewish musicians and composers were detained. Reconstructs the musical repertoire performed in the ghetto. Extensively illustrated, with biographical sketches of persons featured in the text.

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Books
Year: 
1985

Terezin: The Music 1941-1944

(Compact Disc) Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Presents works composed and performed in Theresienstadt, including music by Viktor Ullman, Gideon Klein, and the children’s opera Brundibar by Hans Krבsa.

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Recordings
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1991

Strings in the Shadows: A Portrait of Three Violinists at the Terezin Concentration Camp

Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Describes the day-to-day experiences of three musicians in the Theresienstadt: Paul Kling, Thomas Mandl, and Egon Ledec. Traces the recitals and concerts they performed in the ghetto. Based, in part, on interviews with Mandl and Kling.

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Books
Year: 
2003

Musik Macht Frei: Choral Music Composed and Performed in the Nazi Concentration Camps, 1938-44

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Retrieved from: The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum: Research: Bibliographies Documents the formation and use of prisoner choirs in concentration camps and ghettos, with particular focus on the singers in Theresienstadt. Includes transcriptions of several songs composed in the camps.

Material Type: 
Books
Year: 
2001

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