Sing, memory : the remarkable story of the man who saved the music of the Nazi camps
Drawing on oral history and testimony, as well as extensive archival research, this powerful story recounts the transformation of Polish nationalist Aleksander Kulisiewicz after an unlikely friendship with a Jewish conductor in Sachsenhausen who tasked him with a mission: to save the musical heritage of the victims of the Nazi camps.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Warsaw Public Library||780.8992 EYR (Text)
|Memorial: In Memory of Margot Morgan|