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Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945) for libraries

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Dear friends,

Getting at least one of these CDs and listening is a symbolic act of
solidarity with those victims of a world gone criminally insane. And the
music is worthwhile. -- Gapplegate Music Review, Grego Edwards, October 22,
2009 

Encyclopedia of Music Composed in Concentration Camps (1933-1945) 

Francesco Lotoro 

12 Individual volumes  $ 23.97 @ for libraries complete individual volume
details of composers, performers, works and quantity available as of NOW as
per manufacturer's wholesale distributor online inventory information sent
on request to [log in to unmask] .

Please note that the manufacturer has advised that they do not intend to
press any more copies of this series. Limited available inventory is noted
next to each title. Product will be sold on a first come first serve basis.
In the event of a tie, preference will be given to current Music Hunter
clients.

CD COVER PHOTOS ARE OF THE ACTUAL CONCENTRATION CAMPS WHERE THESE
COMPOSITIONS WERE WRITTEN.

KZ-Musik is based on the musicological research of Italian pianist and
conductor Francesco Lotoro, who has meticulously gathered information about
the lives of countless composers and musicians, as well as compiling the
works these artists wrote while being subjected to the most terrible
suffering in the Third Reich prison camps. The booklets not only contain an
attempt at defi ning the music from the concentration camps but also short
informative texts about the camps and composers. The lyrics

to the recorded works are printed in the original language in the
corresponding CD booklet, and are accompanied by brief explanatory notes
where necessary. The booklets are in Italian, English, German, French and
Hebrew.

 

KZ-Musik is a unique document about the artistic activities of musicians and
composers imprisoned during the Third Reich; an equally moving and
oppressive piece of music history, full of pain and suffering, hope and the
will to live (survive) - but also creativity and longing!

It is music that on one level is hard to listen to. What monstrosity let
this happen? But ultimately these composers were writing the music in the
hopes that we and their God might hear. These are like musical messages in a
bottle, for us and the generations to follow. Do not forget our sufferings,
they seem to be saying. If we can write beautiful music under such
traumatically harrowing conditions, then you have no excuse. Music must
flourish, musicians must be heard. If not civilization does not stand a
chance on this earth. 

12 Individual volumes  $ 23.97 @  complete individual volume details of
composers, performers, works and quantity available as of NOW as per
manufacturer's wholesale distributor online inventory information sent on
request to [log in to unmask] .

As always, this sale is open to your staff members as well. Staff orders
will be shipped to their attention C/O their library.

 

Orders accepted via e-mail & snail mail. Purchase orders always welcome.

 

When ordering, please identify this special offer. Please select carefully
as there are no " ordered in error " returns allowed on special sale titles.


 

Music Hunter standing order clients automatically receive these bargain
prices when the product fits into their preorder profile.

 

Music Hunter library terms are NET 30 days from receipt of merchandise.
Music Hunter does not accept credit cards or PayPal. Music Hunter invoices
are supplied with your shipments. 

 

Music Hunter sells only authentic, original CDs/DVDs. We are dedicated to
the fight against piracy, and to the protection of the rights of artists,
recording labels, and publishers.

 

Music Hunter is an independent, privately owned company and is not
affiliated with or connected to any other company or person beyond our
wholesale distributor agreements.

 

Your search for sound & video ends here!

Jay Sonin, General Manager
Music Hunter Distributing Company
4880 North Citation Drive, Suite # 101
Delray Beach, Florida 33445-6552
[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> 
561-450-7152 

 

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