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Music from a Concentration Camp.

Classical music critic Lloyd Schwartz reviews a new recording of music by Czech composers Gideon Klein and Viktor Ullmann. Klein and Ullmann were both imprisoned at the Theresienstadt concentration camp during World War 2, and later put to death at Auschwitz. This is the first of 6 planed recordings of music the pair wrote while under Nazi imprisonment.


Other segments from the episode on October 22, 1991

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, October 22, 1991: Interview with Bill Cosby; Interview with Pamela Constable and Arturo Valenzuela; Review of Gideon Klein and Viktor Ullmann's album "Chamber Music from…


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