Klein: String Trio, Four Movements for String Quartet, String Quartet op.2, Duo for violin & viola, Preludium, Duo for violin & cello, Fantasy and Fugue


We are lucky to have any music by Gideon Klein (1919–45). As a Jew, he was banned from studying by the Nazis. His pre-war works survived thanks to the Schoenberg scholar Eduard Hertzog, who hid them before Klein’s deportation to Terezín. The works he wrote there prior to his transport ...

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