Dr. Leo Kopf, leading Jewish composer and conductor, died here last night at the age of 64. A noted figure in the musical world in Germany, where he was musical director of the Berlin Jewish Community until 1939, Dr. Kopf fled the Nazis to London where he formed a choral society and a string orchestra. He came to the United States during the Second World War.
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