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September 21, 1984 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-09-21

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In recent weeks, Zubin Mehta,
the music director of the Israel
Philharmonic Orchestra and con-
ductor of the New York Philhar-
monic, has been a central figure in
the New York Philharmonic's de-
cision not to buckle under the
Malaysian government's demand
that Ernest Bloch's Schelomo: A
Hebrew Rhapsody be removed
from a scheduled performance in
that country. Malaysia's Moslem
extremists take offense to the
piece.
Malaysia was to have been an
early September stop on the New
York Philharmonic's 12-city
Asian tour. When first asked to
blot out the Hebrew Rhapsody
number, the Philharmonic
agreed. Outraged cries from
Jewish organization spokesmen
and from political figures obliged
the musical tour planners to re-
consider. Instead of canceling the
Bloch composition, the Philhar-
monic, with Mehta's approval,
dropped the Malaysian appear-
ance altogether.
Long a champion of Jewish
causes, Mehta left the podium in
sorrow and anger in Oct. 1981,
when insults and threats from
concentration camp survivors
greeted the Israel Philharmonic's
encore selection of the prelude to
Wagner's Tristan And Isolde.
Aware of Israel's ban on Wagner
music, dating from 1948, Mehta
met the challenge head-on: "I will
not subject my musicians any-
more to this kind of circus. The
music of this great genius has got
to be played once and for all in
Israel, which has the finest
music-loving people in the world."
Soon after, Menachem Begin
asked the Israel Philharmonic to
disown criticism leveled at Mehta
by a deputy and to laud Mehta as
"a great maestro and friend of Is-
rael." -A statement issued by all
but two of the Israel Philhar-
monic's 120 members and every
member of the board backed
Mehta. On Nov. 2, 1981, he was
voted the orchestra's music direc-
tor for life.

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Philadelphia — The Philadel-
phia chapter of the American
Jewish Committee last week
called on Mayor W. Wilson Goode
to explain "what actions are being
taken by civic authorities to halt
. . . violence" directed against
Hmong residents in west
Philadelphia.
The letter from the Committee
was prompted by a story in The
Philadelphia Inquirer describing
individual acts of terrorism that
the oriental group has been sub-
jected to, forcing many to leave
that section of the city.
"As Jews with a long history of
persecution as w•11 as citizens of
the community," Mr. Berkman
added, "we cannot remain in-
different to such a state of affairs."
The Jewish group described this
as "an intolerable situation."

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