This chapter examines the history of the restitution of Jewish composers after World War II. It explains that the postwar environment was not very inviting for composers who were thrown out of Germany and Austria because neither the former Nazis nor the bug-eyed experimentalists were interested in re-establishing their careers. The chapter discusses the efforts of composers to re-establish ties with former music publishers, and in rarer cases, those of publishers to re-establish their ties with composers.
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