More than 6 million people, most of them Jews, died in the Holocaust. The music they wrote as a temporary escape, however, did not, thanks in part to the efforts of an Italian composer and pianist, Francesco Lotoro. He has spent 30 years recovering, performing, and in some cases, finishing pieces of work composed in captivity. He is on a remarkable rescue mission, reviving music like a piece created by a young Jewish woman in a Nazi concentration camp in 1944. Read more.
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