The Inextinguishable Symphony

A Memoir of How Music Helped Jews in Nazi Germany Choose Love Over Fear

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In the Inextinguishable Symphony, the music commentator Martin Goldsmith tells the memoir of his parents who were Jewish musicians in Nazi Germany. A large portion of the book is a retelling of his parents’ days in the Kulturbund, which was the only Nazi-approved outlet for Jewish music.

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Patrick Parker

Patrick Parker

Writes on the spiritual inner journey. Editor of “Everything Fun”: https://medium.com/everything-fun.