L.A. Opera unearths music suppressed by the Nazis

By TIMOTHY MANGAN [The Orange County Register, 18 February 2008]
A listener has a rooting interest in Los Angeles Opera’s “Recovered Voices” project. The annual series revives music suppressed by the Nazis, much of it, but not all, by Jewish composers, some of it by composers who died in concentration camps. If the Nazis hated it, it must be good, so the thinking goes.