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A composer who chose silence

Now BSO offers a US premiere

By Richard Dyer
Globe Staff / February 20, 2005

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In the years after World War II, the composer Karl Amadeus Hartmann was more famous for what he didn't do than for what he did. For 12 years, he had led his exterior life in Nazi Germany, but his interior life was elsewhere. He was an exemplar of what came to be called "inner emigration." (Full article: 982 words)

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