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"Buchenwald, near Weimar"

Document | Not Digitized | Accession Number: 1987.A.0083 | RG Number: RG-24.006.01

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    Contains a copy of "Buchenwald, near Weimar;" music score by Patricia King and words by Joseph Langland. The song text contains Joseph Langland's reflections on his participation in the liberation of Buchenwald. The cassette recording features the piece performed by John Lemly, bass, and Sheila Jillson, soprano, accompanied by Joseph Rogers on cello and Patricia King on piano.

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    Music scores.
    1 cassette.
    1 folder

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    Holder of Originals
    Patricia King
    The poem, "Buchenwald, near Weimar" was written by Joseph Langland, a participant in the liberation of Buchenwald, ca. 1965. The poem was set to music in 1984 by Patricia King. A copy of the music score (with words) was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Council in May 1987 along with a cassette recording of the song. The copy of the music score and the cassette was forwarded to United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Archives in Jul. 1987 by former USHMC executive director, David Weinstein.
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