Monthly Archive: August, 2013

Berthold Goldschmidt

If there is a single person who put flesh onto the skeletal idea of hunting down music lost during the Nazi years, it was Berthold Goldschmidt, the self-effacing, quiet German émigré approaching his… Continue reading

Manfred Gurlitt

One of my German colleagues wondered why ‘Forbidden Music’ seemed to have such a strong Austrian bias. I explained that the sub-title of the book was ‘The Jewish Composers Banned by the Nazis’… Continue reading

Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive

If you go to the Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive and register, you should, once your log-in is confirmed, be able to put Chochem into the search engine and listen to a number of… Continue reading

Corinne Chochem

Here the final two covers from Ernst Toch’s private LP collection, maintained at the Library of Performing Arts at UCLA. For those who missed Misha Horenstein’s comments on the previous posts and are… Continue reading