David C. Hewitt
SCHINDLER'S LAST STAND
By: David C. Hewitt
Catalog ID: 430275   Duration: 1:27   Tempo: Slow   BPM: 60   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: European Music | European music
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If you need music similar to SCHINDLER'S LIST then try this piece. A solo violin evokes images of the awful ghettos and work camps during WWII. Try this with other pieces of mine that have the same feel (European Street Life, Diaspora). Great for documentaries. Polish/Jewish struggle, Genocide.   Keywords: East Germany WWII Prague War Travel Streets Struggle French German Hungarian Polish Baltic Russian Comrade Fiddle Poverty 20th Century 1940 Yiddish lifetime



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