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Bach in Auschwitz

Forty female musicians from all over Europe performed in the Auschwitz Orchestra. They were directed by the brilliant violinist Alma Rose, who owes her own survival to her close blood ties to Gustav Mahler. Eleven of the "Orchestra" were still living when this documentary was made, and they met to recall their story and confront their unique position in the history of the Holocaust.

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  • "Forty female musicians from all over Europe performed in the Auschwitz Orchestra. They were directed by the brilliant violinist Alma Rose, who owes her own survival to her close blood ties to Gustav Mahler. Eleven of the "Orchestra" were still living when this documentary was made, and they met to recall their story and confront their unique position in the history of the Holocaust."@en
  • "Inside the Auschwitz concentration camp during World War Two, members of a bizarre prison orchestra struggle against all odds to spare themselves from death. Now, in 1999, on the fiftieth anniversary of Auschwitz, eleven of the members of the Auschwitz Orchestra meet again."@en

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  • "Historical films"@en
  • "Documentary films"@en
  • "Interviews"@en
  • "Documentary television programs"@en
  • "Nonfiction films"@en

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  • "Bach in Auschwitz"
  • "Bach in Auschwitz"@en
  • "Bach in Auschwitz La chaconne d'Auschwitz"