[JPL] NYTimes.com: Music of WWII Victims Finds New Life

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ARTS | March 17, 2007
Music of WWII Victims Finds New Life
ROME (AP) -- A waltz. A tango. A piece of jazz. But they weren't composed in Vienna, Buenos Aires or New Orleans. Scribbled on diaries, loose pages or even toilet paper, these are the notes left behind by people who lived and died in the prisons and concentration camps of World War II.



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