A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War

The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman

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Abstract

Comparison of the 1960 and 2015 performances of the Requiem composed by the Jewish composer Hans Lachman.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe study of culture through the lens of ritual
Place of PublicationAmsterdam/Groningen
PublisherInstituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies
Pages117-130
Number of pages14
ISBN (Print)9789036780056
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2015

Publication series

NameNetherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy
PublisherInstitute for Ritual and Liturgical Studies
Volume15
ISSN (Print)1571-8808

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Second World War
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Keywords

  • Requiem
  • Second World War
  • Commemoration

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Hoondert, M. (2015). A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War: The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman. In The study of culture through the lens of ritual (pp. 117-130). (Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy; Vol. 15). Amsterdam/Groningen: Instituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies.
Hoondert, Martin. / A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War : The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman. The study of culture through the lens of ritual. Amsterdam/Groningen : Instituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies, 2015. pp. 117-130 (Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy).
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Hoondert, M 2015, A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War: The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman. in The study of culture through the lens of ritual. Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy, vol. 15, Instituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies, Amsterdam/Groningen, pp. 117-130.

A Jewish Requiem commemorating the Second World War : The Performances of the Requiem by Hans Lachman. / Hoondert, Martin.

The study of culture through the lens of ritual. Amsterdam/Groningen : Instituut voor Christelijk Erfgoed/Instituut voor Liturgische en Rituele Studies, 2015. p. 117-130 (Netherlands Studies in Ritual and Liturgy; Vol. 15).

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