Holocaust victim’s opera gets premiere in Germany

The World

The Jewish composer Eugen Engel died at Sobibor extermination camp before he could see his life's work, “Grete Minde,” performed. The score was buried away in a San Francisco basement for nearly 80 years. Now, it has been brought to life at last. The World's Sarah Birnbaum reports. 

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