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Author: Raphaël Jérusalmy; Howard Curtis
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. : The Text Publishing Company, 2013.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Time is running out for Otto Steiner, an elderly Jewish music critic who is languishing in a sanitorium in Salzburg on the eve of the Second World War. Music remains his only love, but the forces of darkness are closing in. Then Otto is asked to write the program notes for the approaching music festival. For a few evenings Salzburg will be the capital of the Reich and of music. He bears witness in his diary to the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raphaël Jérusalmy; Howard Curtis
ISBN: 9781922147646 1922147648
OCLC Number: 855785831
Language Note: Text in English.
Notes: Translation of: Sauver Mozart.
Description: pages
Other Titles: Sauver Mozart.
Responsibility: by Raphaël Jerusalmy ; translated by Howard Curtis.
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Time is running out for Otto Steiner, an elderly Jewish music critic who is languishing in a sanitorium in Salzburg on the eve of the Second World War. Music remains his only love, but the forces of darkness are closing in. Then Otto is asked to write the program notes for the approaching music festival. For a few evenings Salzburg will be the capital of the Reich and of music. He bears witness in his diary to the sinister sounds of Nazism, but also reveals his astonishing act of heroism. A hair's breadth away from changing the course of history, Otto Steiner makes music itself a powerful form of resistance.

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