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Ульман Виктор

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дирижер
Учитель музыки

Композитор Виктор Ульманн (1898-1944) вырос и получил образование в Вене. Он оказался в ловушке в Праге во время немецкого вторжения в марте 1939 года после безуспешных попыток найти работу в Лондоне или Южной Африке. В 1942 г. выслан в Терезин.

Карло Таубе

Композитор
дирижер
Музыкант

Штраус Лео

Музыкант
Автор песен

Симон Ямес

Композитор

Шуль Зигмунд

Композитор

Шахтер Рафаэль

Композитор
дирижер
Музыкант

Ледек Эгон

Композитор
Музыкант

Краса Ганс

Композитор

Кляйн Гидеон

Композитор

Хаас Павел

Композитор

Свидетели Иеговы

свидетель Иеговы

Партизаны

партизан

Кон Генех

Актер
певец

Голд Артур

Музыкант

Турков Йонас

Актер
директор
Автор песен

Эйзенштадт Довид

Композитор
дирижер

Браун Паулина

Композитор
Автор песен

Блюменфельд Диана

Актер
Музыкант
певец

Волковыский Алек

Композитор
Автор песен

Векслер Миша

Композитор
дирижер

Трупянский Янкель

Учитель музыки
Автор песен

Суцкевер Авраам

партизан
Поэт

Рудницкая Лея

партизан
Поэт

Розенталь Лейб

Автор песен

Крымский Янкель

Актер
Музыкант

Качергинский Шмерке

Музыкант
партизан
Поэт

Глик Хирш

партизан
Поэт

Глейзер Рикл

Автор песен

Дурмашкин Вольф

Композитор
дирижер
Музыкант

Брудно Авром

Композитор
Музыкант

Бройдо Касриэль

певец
Автор песен

Хайтина Хана

Автор песен

Ридер Теодор

дирижер
Музыкант

Гебиртиг Мордехай

Актер
Композитор
Поэт

Аксельрод Авром

Композитор
Поэт

Розе Альма

дирижер
Музыкант

Майер Генри

Музыкант

Лакс Шимон

Композитор

Фенелон Фаня

Композитор
Музыкант
певец

Чайковская Зофия

дирижер
Учитель музыки
Музыкант

Баннет Луис

Музыкант

Кулисевич Александр

Музыкант
Поэт
певец

Вермерен Иза

Актер
певец

Морган Поль

Актер
певец

Лёнер-Беда Фриц

Композитор
Поэт

Мессиан Оливье

Композитор

Розен Вилли

Композитор
Музыкант

Геррон Курт

Актер
директор

Лангхофф Вольфганг

Актер
директор

Грюнбаум Фриц

Актер
Музыкант
певец

Вагнер Рихард

Композитор

Пфицнер Ханс

Композитор
нацист

Орф Карл

Композитор

Мозер Ганс-Иоахим

нацист
музыковед

Клемперер Отто

Композитор
дирижер

Хубер Курт

Композитор

Хавеманн Густав

дирижер
Музыкант
нацист

Геригк Герберт

нацист
музыковед

Эгк Вернер

Композитор

Брукнер Антон

Композитор

Блессингер Карл

Композитор
нацист

Штраус Рихард

Композитор

Фуртвенглер Вильгельм

Композитор
дирижер

Зингер Курт

Композитор

Вайль Курт

Композитор
эмигрант

Шрекер Франц

Композитор

Шёнберг Арнольд

Композитор
эмигрант

Кренек Эрнст

Композитор
эмигрант

Хиндемит Пауль

Композитор

Гольдшмидт Бертольд

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Émigré composer Berthold Goldschmidt (1903-1966) died in London at 93. He had lived at the same ground floor flat since fleeing Germany.

ХАНС ЭЙСЛЕР

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эмигрант

Клинг Пауль

Музыкант

Вюрцбургер Зигфрид

Композитор
Музыкант

Надель Арно

Композитор
Поэт
музыковед

Йозеф Шмидт

Актер
кантор
эмигрант
певец

Неймер Ганс

Композитор
Учитель музыки

Erich Hugo Frost

Музыкант
свидетель Иеговы

Composer and musician Erich Hugo Frost (1900-1987) was imprisoned several times in prisons and concentration camps between 1934 and 1945. He composed ‘Fest steht in großer, schwerer Zeit (Stand Fast in Great and Hard Times) in the spring of 1941.

Корто Альфред

Композитор

Арма Поль

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эмигрант

Фигура Поля Арма является одной из важнейших в истории музыки периода французского Сопротивления не только благодаря написанным песням, но и благодаря его неустанным попыткам сохранить музыкальные произведения военного периода. В песнях Сопротивления Арма видел не просто источник надежды и проявление отваги военной поры, он считал песни важнейшими культурными свидетельствами, которые надлежит сохранять как символ национального французского духа. Родившийся в 1905 году венгерский пианист, дирижер и композитор Имре Вейсхаус, более известный как Поль Арма, учился у самого Бартока в музыкальной академии им.

Морис Шевалье

Актер
певец

Давид Ботвиник

Композитор

Струмcа Жак

Музыкант

МАЙРА ХЕСС

директор
Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Dame Julia Myra Hess, DBE (1890-1965) was an English pianist, best known for her performances of the works of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann. During WWII, she put on concerts at the National Gallery to raise morale.

Леопольд Спиннер (1906-1980)

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[Translate to Russian:] Ukrainian composer, musicologist and editor Leopold Spinner (1906-1980) escaped Nazi persecution in 1938. In England he worked in a train factory before joining Boosey & Hawkes in 1947, eventually as chief editor, focusing on Stravinsky.

АРТЮР ОНЕГГЕР

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[Translate to Russian:] The 2nd symphony of Swiss composer Arthur Honegger (1892-1955) was performed in Apr 1944 by the Boyd Neel Orchestra, the score received on microfilm by parachute from France.

АНДЖЕЙ ПАНУФНИК

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[Translate to Russian:] Composer and conductor Andrzej Panufnik (1914-1991) was an anti-Nazi. He left his studies when Austria was annexed and performed in cafes with Witold Lutosławksi, composing resistance songs and raising money for the resistance and Jewish artists.

ФРАНЦ ШМИДТ

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Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] After the Anschluss in 1938, Franz Schmidt (1874-1939) was named the greatest living composer in the Ostmark by the Nazis. At the premiere of his Das Buch mit Sieben Siegeln, it was reported that Schmidt made a Nazi salute.

Вариан Фрай и Альма Малер-Верфель

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[Translate to Russian:] Varian Fry (1907-1967) was an American journalist who ran a rescue network in Vichy France that helped approximately 2,000 to 4,000 anti-Nazi and Jewish refugees to escape Nazi Germany and the Holocaust.

КАРЛРОБЕРТ КРАЙТЕН

Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Pianist Karlrobert Kreiten (1916-1943) was overheard saying Hitler was ‘brutal, sick and insane,’ by a Nazi sympathiser. He was executed by hanging. The day after his execution, his mother discovered her clemency plea had been accepted.

ИГОРЬ СТРАВИНСКИЙ

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[Translate to Russian:] Igor Stravinsky (1882-1965) was a Russian-born composer, pianist, and conductor. He is widely considered one of the most important and influential composers of the 20th century.

Михаил Гнесин

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[Translate to Russian:] Mikhail Fabianovich Gnessin was a Russian Jewish composer and teacher. Gnessin's works "The Maccabeans" and "The Youth of Abraham" earned him the nickname the "Jewish Glinka".

МАРЛЕН ДИТРИХ

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певец

[Translate to Russian:] Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich was a German-American actress and singer. Throughout her long career, which spanned from the 1910s to the 1980s, she continually reinvented herself. In 1920s Berlin, Dietrich acted on the stage and in silent films.

ХАНС КЕЛЛЕР

эмигрант
музыковед

[Translate to Russian:] Austrian-born British musicologist and music critic Hans Keller (1919-1985), who made significant contributions to musicology and music criticism, was arrested by the Nazis and forced to leave Austria following the Anschluss in 1938.

Бела Барток

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[Translate to Russian:] Béla Bartók (1881-1945) was a Hungarian composer, pianist, and ethnomusicologist. He is considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century. He refused to perform in Germany after 1933.

ДЖЕК ХИЛТОН

Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Jack Hylton (1892-1965) and his band made regular tours in Germany during the 30s when Nazis were banning jazz music. During WWII, Jack Hylton and His Orchestra disbanded, having out-sold every other band in Europe.

Клеменс Краус

дирижер

[Translate to Russian:] Clemens Heinrich Krauss (1893-1954) was an Austrian conductor and opera impresario, particularly associated with the music of Richard Strauss. Called ‘the most powerful man in German opera,’ and a ‘culture leader’, his career advanced significantly under the Nazi regime.

Вильгельм Реттих

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эмигрант

[Translate to Russian:] Wilhelm Rettich was a German Jewish composer, conductor and teacher. He fled Germany for the Netherlands in 1933 and survived the Nazi occupation by hiding alone in a cellar and composing music. Although not particularly well known today, his music is highly regarded.

Рихард Фукс

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[Translate to Russian:] Richard Fuchs was a German Jewish architect, artist and composer who founded the Baden-Wurttenberg branch of the Jüdischer Kulturbund. Fuchs was interned in Dachau before escaping to New Zealand after Kristallnacht in 1938.

Вальтер Арлен

Композитор

[Translate to Russian:] Composer and music critic Walter Arlen found fame when his compositions were first performed in 2008. He escaped from Nazi persecution in 1939 and is described as the 'quintessential exile composer'.

Цемлинский, Александр

Композитор
дирижер
эмигрант

[Translate to Russian:] Alexander Zemlinsky (1871-1942) was an Austrian composer, conductor and teacher. He fled Germany in 1933 reaching the US in 1938, but he did not flourish and he was almost forgotten.

Борис Блахер

Композитор

[Translate to Russian:] Composer Boris Blacher (1903-1975) studied music in Irkutsk, Siberia and Harbin, China, before going to Berlin in 1922. There he studied and taught before falling out of favour with the Nazis due the fact he was one quarter Jewish.

Ян ван Гилсе (1881-1944)

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эмигрант

[Translate to Russian:] Jan van Gilse (1881-1944) a Dutch composer and conductor, began serving as director of the Utrecht Conservatory in 1933, a post he accepted upon leaving Berlin after the rise of the Nazi regime.

Петр Эбен

Композитор

[Translate to Russian:] Petr Eben (1929-2007) was a prolific Czech composer who suffered under both Nazi and Stalinist regimes. He was imprisoned in Buchenwald as a teenager.

Лео Смит

Композитор

[Translate to Russian:] Leopold "Leo" Smit was a Dutch composer. In April 1943 he and his wife were transported to Westerbork and soon after they were killed in Sobibor.

БРОНИСЛАВ ГУБЕРМАН

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Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Polish violinist Bronisław Huberman (1882-1947) helped to save an estimated 1000 lives during the Holocaust through the foundation of the Palestine Symphony Orchestra.

СЕМЬЯ ГРАНШАЛГ – ДАВИД, ТОНИ И РОЗИ

эмигрант
Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] David (1914-1996), Toni (1916-2006) and Rosi Grunschlag (1922-2012) were musical prodigies who escaped Nazi persecution in Austria in the 1930s with the help of violinist Bronisław Huberman.

Эдит Краус

Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Pianist and teacher Edith Kraus (1913-2013), who lived to 100, was a prolific musician in Terezín. She emigrated to Israel in 1949 where she gave concerts and taught at Music Academy at Tel Aviv University until her retirement.

Walter Kaufmann

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Ethnomusicologist, composer, conductor, librettist and teacher Walter Kaufmann (1907-1984) was professor of classical musicology at the University of Bloomington.

Артур Чиц

Композитор
дирижер
Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Music historian, composer, pianist and conductor Arthur Chitz's (1882-1944) successful career was tragically cut short when he was unable to escape Germany before the Holocaust. He is presumed to have died in a concentration camp in Riga.

Маргит Бокор

эмигрант
певец

[Translate to Russian:] Margit Bokor (1905-1949) was an accomplished soprano with a career spanning Europe and America. She was forced to leave Dresden and was forbidden to work in institutions such as Dresden Opera House.

Вилем Тауский

Композитор
дирижер
эмигрант

Композитор и дирижер Вилем Тауский (1910-2004) оркестровал оперетту на музыку Бизе, за что получил деньги для оплаты выездной визы во Францию, которую он лично забрал в гестапо.

ПИТЕР ГЕЛЛХОРН

Композитор
дирижер
эмигрант
Учитель музыки
Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] German conductor, composer and pianist Peter Gellhorn (1912-2004) fled Germany during the 1930s and settled in London. He conducted at the Royal Opera House, Sadler’s Wells and Glyndebourne.

Веллес, Эгон

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эмигрант

[Translate to Russian:] Egon Wellesz (1885-1974) was an Austrian-born composer, teacher and musicologist whose works were banned in Austria in 1933. He escaped to England in 1938 where he was interned on the Isle of Man as an enemy alien.

Bohuslav Martinu

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After the Nazi invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1939 and the signing of the Munich Agreement, composer Bohuslav Martinů (1890-1959) tried to join the Czech Resistance in France but was not accepted because of his age.

Чарли и его оркестр

дирижер
Музыкант

Свинг-группа "Чарли и его оркестр" была создана в пропагандистских целях и спонсировалась нацистами немецкой. Вместо того, чтобы играть оригинальные композиции, группа решила играть джазовые стандарты, которые были популярны у английских слушателей, но с измененными словами. Эта музыкальная форма пропаганды способствовала распространению нацистской идеологии и передавала пораженческие настроения в ряды врагов нацистов: англичан или американцов.

Франц Легар

Композитор

[Translate to Russian:] Franz Lehár (1870-1948) is famous for his operetta The Merry Widow. He stayed in Austria during WWII, refusing to involve himself with politics but benefiting financially from Hitler’s promotion of his operetta.

Йозеф Геббельс

нацист

[Translate to Russian:] Joseph Goebbels wanted to promote all works demonstrating German hegemony in music; that is, paradoxically, why he initially protected composers or conductors opposed to the application of anti-Semitic laws, even obscuring the Jewish origins of some talented composers or protecting their wives.

Вальтер Брайт

Композитор
эмигрант
Учитель музыки
Музыкант

[Translate to Russian:] Walter Bricht (1904-1970) was an Austrian composer whose years as a professional composer coincided with Hitler’s rise and the onset of Austro-fascism in 1933.

Werner Richard Heymann

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эмигрант

Born in Königsberg to musical parents, Werner Richard Heymann (1896-1961) was a musical prodigy. He worked as a cabaret, film and theatre composer in Berlin before escaping Nazi Germany for Hollywood.

Mischa Spoliansky

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Mischa Spoliansky (1898-1985) is remembered in Germany for his Kabarett and satirical revue songs. Forced to leave in 1933, he took British citizenship and, during the war, wrote for a team of ex-Berliners who had fled Germany.

[Translate to Russian:] Franz Waxman

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[Translate to Russian:] Franz Waxman (1906-1967) was a composer, conductor and impresario. He wrote 150 films scores and received 12 Academy Award nominations. He was exiled to the US where he found success as a film composer.

Annemarie Hase

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эмигрант
певец

German actress and cabaret artist Annemarie Hase (1900-1971) emerged as a star during the Weimar Republic but because she was Jewish faced persecution from Nazis. In 1936 she went into exile in Britain where she worked for the BBC.

Charles Delaunay

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Charles Delaunay (1911-1988) co-founded Le Jazz Hot, one of the oldest jazz magazines. In 1937, he started Disques Swing, a record label exclusively for jazz. During WWII Delaunay was a member of the resistance, but continued leading the Hot Club.

МАРИО КАСТЕЛЬНУОВО-ТЕДЕСКО

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[Translate to Russian:] Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco (1895-1968) was an Italian composer, pianist and writer. Even before Mussolini’s racial laws, his works were banned. A performance of his 2nd violin concerto was cancelled in 1938, months before the laws were imposed.

Марсель Тиберг

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[Translate to Russian:] Austrian conductor, pianist, and teacher Marcel Tyberg (1893-1944) is most prominently remembered as a composer. He was arrested in a night raid and sent to the camps of San Sabba and in 1944, Auschwitz, where he died on the 31 December.

Яша Горенштейн

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эмигрант

[Translate to Russian:] On 18 January 1939, composer Jascha Horenstein (1898-1973) boarded the ocean liner ‘Champlaigne’ using falsified Honduran passports bound for New York. After a short period in Hollywood, Horenstein joined the faculty of the New School for Social Research in New York.

Portrait of Karol Rathaus

Кароль Ратхауз

Композитор
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[Translate to Russian:] Musically precocious at age 5, Karol Rathaus was born on 16 September 1895. In 1932 he moved to Paris, where he worked as a film composer. Years of exile, fatigue and ill health took physical and emotional toll on him. He died in New York on 21 Nov 1954, age 59.

Юлиус Бюргер

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Ignace Strasfogel

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Ignaz Strasfogel was born 17 July 1909 in Warsaw, Poland. At aged 14 he was accepted into Franz Schreker’s composition class and was heading for a successful music career. In late 1933 he was able to emigrate to the United States.

Walter Goehr

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дирижер
эмигрант

German composer and conductor Walter Goehr was born on 28 May 1903. Forced as a Jew to seek work outside Germany after working for Berlin Radio in 1932, he was invited to become music director for the Gramophone Company (later EMI), so he moved to London.

Karel Ančerl

дирижер

Czech conductor Karel Ančerl is considered one of the more prominent conductors of the twentieth century. Despite Nazi persecution, incarceration, and the loss of his family in the Holocaust, Ančerl forged an international career and helped lift the profile of Czech classical music globally.

Rudolph Karel

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Composer Rudolph Karel (1880-1945) studied with Antonin Dvorak and Josef Klicka. In Mar 1943 he was arrested for his resistance activities and sent to Terezin where he composed on toilet paper using charcoal. He died from dysentery in Mar 1945.