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us: Alexander, Haim, 1915-2012

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    • us: Aleksander, Ḥayim, 1915-2012
    • us: Alexander, Heinz, 1915-2012
    • us: Günter, Heinz, 1915-2012
    • us: אלכסנדר, חיים, 1915־
    • us: Alexander, Chaim, 1915-2012
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        (naf) Berlin (Germany)
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        (naf) Jerusalem
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        (lcsh) Music
          (lcsh) Education
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            (lcsh) Composers
              (lcsh) Pianists
                (lcsh) College teachers
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              • found: His Soundfigures, for piano, 1968.
              • found: Alexander, H. Shishah meḥolot Yiʹsreʼeliyim, c1952: t.p. (Ḥayim Aleksander, Haim Alexander) t.p. verso (Haim (Heinz) Alexander; b. 1915, Berlin)
              • found: German Wikipedia WWW site, Mar. 20, 2012 (Haim Alexander; b. Heinz Günter, Aug. 9, 1915, Berlin; d. Mar. 18, 2012, Jerusalem; Israeli composer and professor of composition, piano, and music theory)
              • found: Live in Israel, 1983: slipcover (Chaim Alexander)
              • found: Wikipedia, April 21, 2014 (Haim Alexander, born August 9, 1915 in Berlin, Germany and died March 18, 2012 in Jerusalem; an Israeli composer; graduated from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, 1945)
              • found: National Library of Israel, via WWW, April 21, 2014 (Haim Alexander, born 9 August 1915 (as Heinz Alexander) in Berlin, Germany; Israeli composer, pianist and teacher; helped to found the Academy of Music in Jerisalem and taught there until his retirement; taught piano, harpsichord, theory, composition and improvisation; also taught at Tel-Aviv University, Hebrew University, the Institut Jaques-Dalcroze (Geneva), and New York University; his works include orchestral, chamber and piano music, choral works and songs for voice and chamber ensembles)
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