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USC Thornton School Professor Nick Strimple on His Course "Music of the Holocaust"


Nick Strimple is Assistant Professor of Choral Music at the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California. In addition to his expertise in choral music and his work composing and conducting, he is an internationally recognized authority on the music of the Holocaust, as well as an accomplished arranger who has done instrumental or choral arranging from artists as diverse as Air Supply and Frank Sinatra. Ensembles he conducts have appeared in festivals and conventions both in the United States and Europe. His acclaimed book, Choral Music in the Twentieth Century, was released in 2002.
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Nick Strimple, Professor of Music at USC's Thornton School and Music Director at Beverly Hills Presbyterian Church, briefly discusses Jewish music during the Holocaust, and describes the course on that subject that he teaches at USC.



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November 2007
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