Ben-Haim, Paul

(Paul Frankenburger)
(5 July 1897, Munich – 14 January 1984, Tel Aviv)
   Composer, pianist, conductor, he left Germany in 1933 with the Nazi takeover and moved to Tel Aviv. A long collaboration with folksinger Bracha Zephira (1910– 1990) provided inspiration and material for his music, which includes {}The Sweet Psalmist of Israel (1957), Kabbalai Shabbat (1968), an oratorio, two cantatas, a motet, and three psalms, as well as secular compositions. Paralysis resulting from a car accident in 1972 in Munich severely curtailed his musical activities.

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