Haim Alexander

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Haim Alexander (Hebrew: חיים אלכסנדר; August 9, 1915 – March 18, 2012) was an Israeli composer.


Alexander was born in Berlin, Germany in 1915. In 1936, he emigrated to Palestine. He studied composition with Irma and Stefan Wolpe before graduating from the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance in 1945. He died in Jerusalem in 2012.


He won the Engel Prize, the Israel Music Institute Prize and the ACUM prize.