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Up until World War II, Israel J. Olman had been a celebrated choral conductor and composer. He wrote synagogal music and also music for socialist choirs, to be performed at major singing competitions. His fame, in addition to the fact that he was married to a Catholic woman, offered him some protection during the war. In the post-war years his reputation as a composer diminished rapidly, creating financial difficulties. The world had changed and his musical idiom had become outdated. by Pauline Micheels
Words by J. Nierop From: Lentezangen: nieuwe melodieën voor het lager onderwijs en kinderzangkoren. (Spring songs: new melodies for primary schools and children's choirs)  
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  • Object
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  • Israel Olman
Collectie
  • Forbidden Music Regained
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