Oral history with composer Robert Starer, in which he talks about his musical background growing up in Austria and then immigrating to Jerusalem after German annexation. Also discussed is Starer's experience teaching at Juilliard and elsewhere in New York, and how he defines Jewish music. Some of his compositions are detailed at length, including Ariel: Visions of Isaiah (1959/1960), his choral music, and liturgical music that was commissioned by David Putterman and Max Helfman. View Artist Page from the Milken Archive
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