A Holocaust survivor gives up his violin

Deeply moving New Yorker mini-doc.

Watch the trailer for Kahane Cooperman’s film.

Then the full 24-minute film.

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  • Many thanks for share this wonderful story. It would be a dream to have this violin available for the record of my six partitas for solo violin Shoah for Violin and Sacred Temple…I’ll do my best if it is possible.

  • Norman, this is so beautiful. It often takes many decades for these life events to find their way through the years connecting people to people, spirits to spirits, souls to souls. I can only imagine the spiritual presence surrounding the violin, which I hope this young lady will be open to experiencing. Such a powerful story.

  • A Most Touching Testament and a Definition of Value. Value is what a person invests in an object. It is nothing to do with money.

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