Es Geht Wohl Anders (Things Turn Out Differently): The Unexpected Life of Walter ArlenMain Menu"Arlen in LA" by Michael Haas"The Dichter Department Store and Jewish Retailers in Vienna" by William M. Katin"Walter Arlen, Music Critic" by Mary Enid PinkersonDichter Collection Photo LibraryA selection of photos from the Dichter Collection, courtesy of Schüetz Design.MultimediaCitations and Additional ResourcesAbout This ExhibitDavid Wub86a8c07bcba0adc0bdab2f4feb80f7cb005c87f
Music Library - Interviews from exile.arte
12016-01-05T21:08:25-08:00Caroline Luce15876dd2f73462af784ac961ee54f3b5170890ce2182plain2016-01-05T21:14:18-08:00Caroline Luce15876dd2f73462af784ac961ee54f3b5170890ceThe videos below were created by exil.arte as part of their ongoing efforts to recover and preserve the works of Austrian composers, performers, musical academics and thinkers who, during the years of the ‘Third Reich’ were branded as ‘degenerate’. Both are conversations with the musicians who performed on Walter Arlen's first recorded album in 2010. The albums - Es Geht Wohl Anders, Die Letzte Blaue, and Wien, du allen, are available for purchase at www.exilarte.at.