Casualty of the ballot box

Twair, Pat McDonnel
December 1996
Middle East;Dec96, Issue 262, p40
Features Nabil Azzam, a Palestinian conductor. Personal background; Politics in his music; Comments on the political conditions in Israel; Career background; Fears of possible loss of income; Attempt to develop Arabic music; Collaboration with Arab-American musicians.


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