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The CD includes works from and about Terezin, by Israeli composers (Ben-Zion Orgad, Ruben Seroussi and Haim Permont), written for contralto Mira Zakai as dialogues with Terezin; and works written during the Holocaust by Czech-born composers, who perished in the death camps (Viktor Ullmann, Gideon Klein and Erwin Schulhoff). An exclusive production of Beit Hatfutsot

BTR 9902 (CD only)

 

 

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Overview
In 1941 the Nazis decided to concentrate most of the Jews of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia in the fortress of Terezin in northwest Czechoslovakia, while gradually transporting them to the death camps. By falsely presenting Terezin as a model Jewish camp, the Germans hoped to mislead the world about the extermination of European Jewry. Artists, writers and scholars among the ghetto inmates helped to organize an array of cultural activities. This CD includes works by Israeli composers (Ben-Zion Orgad, Ruben Seroussi and Haim Permont), written for contralto Mira Zakai as dialogues with Terezin; and works written during the Holocaust by Czech-born composers, who perished in the death camps (Viktor Ullmann, Gideon Klein and Erwin Schulhoff). Works by the composers: Haim Permont,  Viktor Ullmann, Ben-Zion Orgad, Gideon Klein, Ruben Seroussi, Erwin Schulhoff Mira Zakai, alto; Jonathan Zak, piano Musica Nova Consort; Israel Kibbutz Choir, Tel Aviv Symphony Orchestra Conductors: Avner Itai, Itai Talgam and Leonti Wolf  
Technical Details
Weight
110g
Dimensions (Length x Width x Height)
14 x 12 cm
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