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MUSIC, MIGRATION & MOBILITY

The Legacy of Migrant Musicians from Nazi-Europe in Britain 

Resources 

Repertoire Guides
These repertoire guides have been curated by our project team as a way of promoting repertoire by emigre composers. Assorted by ensemble, each document lists a range of composers, a short biography and repertoire. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Free to download
 

Royal College of Music

Hans Gál: What A Life! - Notes and Manuscript

 

Singing a Song in a Foreign Land - online resource with oral history interviews, biographies and performance footage

 

Peter Gellhorn Project - AHRC funded exploration of Peter Gellhorn’s musical legacy

 

RCM Research Department

 

RCM Centre for Performance Science

 

RCM Museum of Music

 

 

External resources and organisations


Musik und Migration Salzburg 
 

LexM Hamburg University - Online encyclopaedia about musicians persecuted by the Nazi Regime

 

Exil Arte Vienna

 

Musica Reanimata Berlin

 

Forbidden Music Regained, Leo Smit Foundation Amsterdam

 

Festival Verfemte Musik Schwerin

 

Jewish Music and Theatre

online resource from the AHRC funded project 'Performing the Jewish Canon'

 

Insiders Outsiders Festival

 

Orel Foundation

 

Forum Voix étouffées

 

Holocaust Music (ORT)

 

International Centre for Suppressed Music

String Quartets
 Piano
Vocal & Piano
Symphony
Orchestra
Unaccompanied Instrumental
Concertos
Mixed Choir 
(A Capella)
Unaccompanied
Cello
Unaccompanied Violin
Women & Mens Choir (A Capella)
Mixed Choir
(with accompaniment)
Small Mixed
Ensembles
Large Instrumental Ensembles
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