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The vanished musicians : Jewish refugees in Australia / Albrecht Dümling ; translated from the German by Diana K. Weekes.

Dümling, Albrecht [Browse]
Oxford ; New York : Peter Lang, [2016]
xxviii, 571 pages ; 23 cm.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 540-556) and index.
Translated from the German.
Machine generated contents note: Jewish Bourgeoisie and the Music Profession -- More German than the Germans: Jews in Berlin -- Women in the Music Profession -- Acculturation through Music -- Blue Danube: Jews in Vienna -- Women Musicians -- Vocation or Hobby? -- 'In the Prater, Trees are Blooming again': The Leopoldstadt District -- 'Cleansing' of Musical Life -- Jazz: Object of Hate -- Race and Religion -- 'Flying like foam...': From Kulturbund Deutscher Juden to Judischer Kulturbund -- Early Escape -- Spirit of Adventure? Off to Australia as Musicians -- Celebrities on Tour: Jascha and Tossy Spivakovsky -- No Opportunities in Germany, even as a 'Half Jew' -- Refuge Britain -- Arrival with the Royal Grand Opera Company -- Berlin 1938 -- Ghettoisation of Musicians -- 'My nature is not to join in hate but to join in love' -- infinitely tougher regime': Vienna after the Anschluss -- Political Refugees -- 'Musicians Unsuitable': Immigration Policy in Britain and Australia -- 'There's a ship, the black freighter': Ways of Escape, 1938 -- Direct Travellers to Australia -- Via Britain -- Via France -- Via Luxembourg -- Further Detours (India, Singapore) -- Detour via Sachsenhausen -- Bach Fugues and the Volga Boat Song: Organist in Singapore -- 'Protective Custody' in Dachau -- Ultimate Destination Australia -- Transit via Britain -- Urgently Sought: Guarantors for Australia -- Tarim, safe haven': The Kindertransports -- 'Where everybody goes': New Attractions in Singapore -- 'Song of the Moldau': Escape from Prague and Budapest -- Thorold Waters and the Australian Musical News -- 'I'm absolutely plagued by refugees': Bernard Heinze and the ABC -- 'The fickle nature of the Australian musical public': Handling the Immigrants -- Final Negotiations: Official Immigration Policy -- 'You will be all right': Arrival in Australia -- Fight for Jobs -- 'Somewhere in the World': Jazz Stars on Tour -- From Concert Tour to Immigration -- 'My Melancholy Baby': Prince's Restaurant -- Waiting for Residence Permits -- 'Collar the lot!' The Internment of 'Enemy Aliens' -- 'My luggage went into the ocean': The Arandora Star and Dunera -- Hour of Denunciation -- Ousted by Competitors: The Fate of the Weintraubs -- 'I came here a stranger': Arrival at the Camp -- 'Hay Days': Music behind Barbed Wire -- 'It is hope that keeps us going': Meeting Place Tatura -- New Perspectives -- funny looking crowd': The Eighth Australian Employment Company -- 'Some Day My Prince Will Come': Walt Disney's Snow White Film -- Jew-ropeans in Australia: The Revue Text -- Blue Danube, Brown Spree: Viennese Melodies instead of German Music -- 'Sounds of Europe' -- Remigration or Naturalisation? -- 'Deported to Poland': Bad News from Europe -- Stages of Integration -- Ironing or Music? Deciding on a Vocation -- Richard Goldner's Sydney Musica Viva -- Rebirth -- Conductors -- Orchestral Musicians -- Choirs -- Soloists -- Opera -- Synagogues -- Ballet and Dance Theatre -- Popular Music -- Music Education -- Music Critics -- 'The Back of Beyond': Film Music Pioneers -- 'VereinsameT'['Loneliness']: Composing in Secret -- 'Dear land we love': New Beginnings -- Moses Mendelssohn's Legacy: Felix Werder -- Art of Adaptation: George Dreyfus -- Two Diametrically Opposed Concepts of Music.
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