Zikmund Schul (11 January 1916 – 2 June 1944) was a German Jewish composer.
Schul was born in Chemnitz, Germany, into an Eastern European Jewish family, and grew up in Kassel. Only little is known about his life. He moved to Prague in 1933. In 1937 he started to study composition in Prague, where he was a pupil of Alois Haba. During his time in Prague he became a friend of Victor Ullmann. In Prague he started also to archive a collection of synagogal-songs from the synagogue of Prague (under direction of Salomon Lieben). Schul married 1941 Olga Stern, and both were deported to Terezin the 30th Nov 1941. Schul died in Theresienstadt concentration camp from tuberculosis.
|op 9b Nr.1||1937||Die Nischt – Gewesenen||Song for Alto and Piano|
|-||1941||Mogen Ovos||Organ and Choir|
|-||1941||Fuge in E||Piano|
|-||1941-42||2 Chassidic Dances||Viola and Cello|
|-||1942||Cantata Judaïca Op. 13 (finale)||Tenor and Choir|
|-||1942||Ki Tavo al Ha'aretz||Children's Choir|
|-||1942||Uv’tzeil K’nofecho||String Quartet|
|-||1942||V'l'Yerushalayim||Voice and String Quartet arrangiert nach Vilem Zrzavy|
|-||1943||Schiksal||Song for Alt, Flute, Viola and Violoncello from the cycle "Dunkle Klänge"|
|-||1943||Duo||Violin and Viola|
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- Chassidische Tänze Op. 15 – Ensemble Alraune; Cd Novantiqua
- Chassidische Tänze Op. 15 – Julia Rebekka Adler, viola Thomas Ruge, cello; Cd NEOS Music
- Die Nischt-Gewesenen – Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone, Russell Ryan, piano; Bridge Records
The whole music written in Concentration Camps are contained in the CD-Encyclopedia KZ MUSIK created by Francesco Lotoro
- Rothkirchen, Livia (2005). The Jews of Bohemia and Moravia: Facing the Holocaust. University of Nebraska Press. p. 278. ISBN 978-0-8032-3952-4.
- Meet ... German "Terezín" composer Zikmund Schul
- Music and the Holocaust: Zikmund Schul by David Bloch
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