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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-03-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Beethoven Volume Culled from '77 WSU-DSO Parley

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Former Detroit Lion coach,
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epilogue to the Interna-
tional Beethoven Congress
which was held here under
the auspices of the univer-
sity and the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra in Novem-
ber 1977.
The volume, edited by
Robert Winter and Bruce
Carr, with a foreward by
Antal Dorati, former music
director of the Detroit Sym-
phony, presents the re-
search and remarks of 27 of
the musicians and scholars
who gathered in Detroit for
the historic symposium.
The book contains eight
formal papers read during
the congress, as well as
summarized accounts of two
panel discussions dealing
with performance practice
and sketch research.
Beethoven emerges from
the collective tributes in the
volume in a complimentary
fashion. There is however,
an anti-Semitic side to the
great musician's personal
life. This is revealed in an
article in the Nov. 28, 1980
edition of The Jewish News
(page 31) dealing with the
music of Richard Wagner.
According to the article: "
"Beethoven was an anti-
Semite and declined to have
his works published by
Jewish publishers."
The article, originally
written by Sol Liegbott of





MONTREAL (JTA) —
Michael Brailovsky has
embarked on a vigorous
campaign to mobilize sup-
port from the Canadian
government and opposition
parties in Parliament, the
legal, academic and scien-
tific communities and the
media to help secure free-
dom for his brother,
Soviet-Jewish scientist and
dissident Viktor Brailovsky
who is incarcerated in Mos-
cow's Butyrka prison.
Brailovsky, who lives in
Haifa, Israel, said his
brother was imprisoned on
false charges of "circulation
and fabrication of informa-
tion defaming Soviet public
and state order" and has
been held incommunicado
since Nov. 13. He said Vik-
tor, 45, suffers from a
chronic liver ailment.

Friday, March 21, 1981

39

UJA Parley Focuses on Diaspora

the Jerusalem Post, also
labeled Carl Orff and
Richard Strauss as anti-
Semitic composers.
Robert Winter is a profes-
sor of music at UCLA and
an editor of "Nineteenth
Century Music." Bruce Carr
has been assistant manager
of the Detroit Symphony
since 1977 and has served
on the editorial staff of the
New Grove Dictionary of
Music and Musicians.

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be the topic of discussion at
the Critical Issues Confer-
ence sponsored by the
United Jewish Appeal's
Rabbinic and Faculty Advi-
sory Cabinets, March 29-31,
at the Capital Hilton Hotel

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