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Whatever became of Fritz Lang’s Metropolis composer?

We have read in the Entartete Musik literature that at least 100 composers left Berlin in 1933, the year Hitler came to power. You will search in vain for the name of Gottfried Huppertz, composer of music for two of the great silent films, Die Niebelungen and Metropolis. The Metropolis director Fritz Lang left Berlin […]
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