Oral history interview with Herman Berlinski focused on his life in Europe as a person of Jewish descent, immigration to the U.S., rich musical career, recollections of other prominent musicians and composers, and compositional style. Encompasses a broad range of topics including Vichy France, the French Foreign Legion, Temple Emanu-El, the Jewish Music Forum, the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, the Washington Hebrew Congregation, Lazare Saminsky, Hugo Weisgall, and a myriad of his compositions (esp. Avodat Shabbat, Job, Etz hayyim, Symphonic Visions for Orchestra, From the World of My Father, and his Shofar Service).
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