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Mit klingendem Spiel
Eine ostpreußische Garnison zwischen den beiden Weltkriegen
Gollenberg Verlag, Seesen, 1981
The book contains various articles of various authors about Reichswehr and Wehrmacht troops of the town of Insterburg (now Chernyakhovsk, Russia), a few chapters are dedicated to the Musikkorps des Infanterie-Regiments 43 and Musikkorps der Fliegerhorstkommandantur Insterburg. Some photos of military and cavalry bands included.
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Hello Ivan.Ivan Ž. wrote:Fred K. Prieberg
Handbuch Deutsche Musiker 1933-1945
Auprés des Zombry 2004
Is this book available for purchase anywhere? It is no longer available at Amazon Germany.
References to a CD-Rom format appear during a Google search.
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Musiques interdites sous le IIIe Reich
Bleu nuit éditeur, Paris, 2015
For those who read French, this book was published in 2015. Elise Petit and Bruno Giner wrote it for "grand public", i.e music amateurs with an interest in music in the Third Reich. It has a lot of illustrations.
From what I remember, chapter 1 is about music in the Weimar Republic, chapter 2 about the rise to power. They then have chapters on "degerate music", speaking also about the exhibit "Entartete Musik" in Düsseldorf (1938). One chapter is about the "official" musics, notably Wagner, Beethoven, Orff. The last chapter is a set of biographies of musicians who were victims of the regime.
A must have for French-readers who want an easy-reading panorama on the subject