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Marcel Tyberg: A Forgotten Victim of the Nazis Re-emerges
(posted 07 Oct 2006) Comprises:
The Rediscovery of Marcel Tyberg
, by Herman Trotter
Tyberg Remembered, by Marion Schiffler

Surviving the Holocaust - Alice Herz Sommer
by Martin Anderson (posted 23 May 2006)

Vsevolod Petrovich Zaderatsky (1891–1953) – A Lost Soviet Composer
by Vsevolod Zaderatsky Jr. (posted 23 May 2006)

Leon McCawleyTalks about Hans Gál’s Piano Music
by Martin Anderson (posted 21 May 2006)

Ignaz Strasfogel: An Introduction to the Life and Music of an Unjustly Neglected Student of Franz Schreker
by Dr Phillip Silver (posted 21 May 2006)

The Seiber Centenary: 2005 and Beyond
by Julia Seiber Boyd (posted 9 August 2005)

Ernst Krenek's Recollections of Schreker in Berlin
by Peter Tregear (posted 8 August 2005)
Paper given at the Conference "Thwarted Voices: Franz Schreker and his Pupils in Berlin (1920–1933)" 2nd-3rd July 2000

Opus Est: German and Austrian Musicians in UK Exile
by Michael Haas (posted 22 July 2005)

Hans Gál in Conversation
by Martin Anderson (posted 22 July 2005)

Paul Ben-Haim and the Mediterranean School : A Re-assessment
by Malcolm Miller (posted 22 July 2005)

A Personal Tribute to Peter Gellhorn
from his Old Chorister and Friend, Janet Baker
Delivered at the memorial service for Peter Gellhorn, 25 October 2004 (posted 22 July 2005)









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