Music is not only the subject of historical memory, but also a vehicle for the transmission of memory. (Shirli Gilbert, Music in the Holocaust: Confronting Life in the Nazi Camps and Ghettos [Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005], 196)
Discuss some of the ways in which Jewish survivors of the Holocaust sought to memorialise or bear witness to music making in the ghettos and camps. What mechanisms did they use to do this and why?
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