Anneliese Landau and the Kulturbund: In Her Own Words

September 2007
Musical Quarterly;Fall/Winter2007, Vol. 90 Issue 3/4, p508
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The article provides information on the contribution of Anneliese Landau to music and her inclination to the Jüdischer Kulturbund or the Jewish Culture League. A brief biography of Landau is given in the article supplemented with details on the context of her lectures on musicology. It discusses the league's existence during the regime of Nazis and the political pressures it encountered to show how the league survived with Landau's involvement. It mentions some performances organized by the league and tackles Landau's essays expressing herself as a musicologist.


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