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An aspect about the Holocaust that's a little off the beaten track.


Music from the death camps: Alive and being readied for a new home
For months, Francesco Lotoro was forced to stay in his home, quarantined by a virus that ravaged his country, Italy, and slowed a project he has been working on since 2014. His dream is to build a study center to house an archive of concentration camp music from World War II, a trove he has been collecting for 30 years.
https://artdaily.com/news/124798/Mus...e#.XvOckVepHcs
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