Robert Dauber's magnificent "Serenade" was written in the ghetto of Terezín in 1942 and is now - more than 60 years after his premature death from typhoid in Dachau in March 1945 - published for the first time as a printed version as part of the "Terezín Music Memorial Project".
Dauber's preference for the "light-minded tone" goes back to his father Adolf (Dol) Dauber who was a well-known composer, arranger and director of the Dol Dauber Salonorchester in the 1920s. Far from being shallow drawing-room music, Dauber's "Serenade" with its demanding solo part is a wonderful encore piece or a stimulating intermezzo for concert evenings and high-quality private music-making.
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