This chapter focuses on the contribution of Jewish composers to German music. It laments the fact that Third Reich Jewish contributions to German music were never recognized, acknowledged, or valued by the societies so valued, acknowledged, and recognized by Jewish composers and musicians. The chapter provides evidence that the Jewish contribution to German music was not delusional, and highlights the need to preserve the widely strewn documentation and restore the music of Jewish composers.
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