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Poland / Israel Symphony #106416

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 13, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Israel Philharmonic orchestra's trip to Poland reported Report introduced.

(Warsaw, Poland: John Laurence) Orchestra shown rehearsing in Tel Aviv, Israel, under Zubin Mehta, prior to trip to E. Europe. Death camps for Jews in Poland during World War II recalled. [Conductor MEHTA - says there is opposition to playing in Poland.] War footage shown. [Trombonist Zvia STRAVSKY - says Poland looks like big cemetery for Jews.] Warsaw cemetery and sole monument to Jewish ghetto here shown. [Musician Yaacov MISHORI - says words can't describe his feelings.] Ceremony at Auschwitz shown. Symphony shown playing before Polish audience.

Jennings, Peter;
Laurence, John

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