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Eric S. Marmorek collection

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1997.A.0087

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    Contains a copy of the music score of "Buchenwaelder Marsch," composed by Hermann Leopoldi, with a handwritten dedication to Dr. Gerhardt Wollner, dated 1939, saying the score is "my last composition in Vienna;" typed copies of the lyrics in German and English; a letter of release, in German with English translation, dated January 27, 1939, stating that from June 3, 1938, to January 27, 1939, Erich Marmorek had been retained in Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps and was now released to Vienna; and a sound cassette recording of the march sung in German by William Federer, a Dachau concentration camp survivor.

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    German English
    1 folder

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    The collection was mailed to the Museum in Feb. 1997 by Eric Marmorek and William Federer; the Museum Musicologist, Bret Werb, transferred it to the Archives in Mar. 1997. The location of the original score is not stated in the correspondence.
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