Marcel Tyberg

Marcel Tyberg

Marcel Tyberg was a Viennese composer who, because of his 1/16th Jewish heritage, was killed at Auschwitz in 1944. Before his capture, he entrusted his scores to a close friend. The scores ended up in the US but were untouched for decades. Within the last 10 years, his music has been rediscovered.

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