Hindemith had a "love-hate" relationship with The Nazi party as his music was widely banned, mocked as "degenerating” and heavily criticized as an “atonal noisemaker”
Nevertheless, Hindemith continued his passion with music and took the chance to show that when he played a vital role in the reorganization of musical education in the Turkey and his efforts bore fruit as the inauguration and re-organization of the Turkish State Ballet took place under his leadership. He was highly-respected by the Turkish musicians and eventually his fame was unstoppable.
His penchant in contemporary music and his notable works including several chamber masterpieces, symphonies, and opera music had earned him several significant awards and citations.
Learn more about this prolific composer at: https://galaxymusicnotes.com/pages/paul-hindemith-conductor-violinist-composer-of-modern-germany