In this installment:

On this Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Michael highlights magnificent works from composers who died in the brutal Nazi concentration camps. Many of these are the composers’ final works before their passing. This is only a small sampling of the rich musical output that was tragically cut short.

  1. Gideon Klein: String Trio
  2. Szymon Laks: Cello Sonata, 3rd movement
  3. Carlo Taube: “Ein Jüdiche Kind”
  4. Pavel Haas: Four Songs on Chinese Poetry
  5. Auschwitz Tango
  6. Rudolf Karel: Nonett
  7. Verdi: Requiem “Libera Me”


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