Polish Music Journal
Vol. 6, No. 1, Summer 2003. ISSN 1521 - 6039

Three Twentieth-Century Jewish Musicians


by Hankus Netsky

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    Copyright 2003 by Hankus Netsky.
    Editors: Maja Trochimczyk and Linda Schubert.
    Editorial Assistance: Krysta Close.
    Publisher: Polish Music Center, Summer 2003.
    Design: Maja Trochimczyk & Marcin Depinski.
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