Jüdische Chronik: The Third Space of Commemoration between East and West Germany

Calico, Joy H.
March 2005
Musical Quarterly;Spring2005, Vol. 88 Issue 1, p95
Academic Journal
This article discusses the cantata "Jödische Chronik/A Jewish Chronicle," by Jens Gerlach, Paul Dessau, Rudolf Wagner-Règeny, Boris Blacher, Karl Amadeus Hartmann, and Hans Werner Henze. The cantata dealt with the Jewish Holocaust and was a product of collaboration between East German and West German artists.


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