Hans Keller and the BBC: The Musical Conscience of British Broadcasting, 1959-79

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Ashgate, 2003 - Music - 194 pages
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An escapee from the Gestapo, Hans Keller was already known as a critic, teacher, analyst, psychologist, sociologist and polemicist when he joined the BBC. A major influence on a generation of musicians, he remained true to his high ideals and the principle of unity even beyond his own tenure.

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