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Uniform Title Alice Herz-Sommer. Format Book. Published London : Pan, , c Includes bibliographical references and index. Locale Czech Republic Prague. Language English. Music is magic. We performed in the council hall before an audience of old, hopeless, sick and hungry people.

This utterly inspirational pianist survived the Holocaust, and played Chopin beautifully

They lived for the music. It was like food to them.

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If they hadn't come [to hear us], they would have died long before. As we would have. Herz-Sommer was billeted with her son during their time at the camp, he was one of only a few children to survive Theresienstadt. Her husband died of typhus in Dachau , six weeks before the camp was liberated.

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After the Soviet liberation of Theresienstadt in , she and Raphael returned to Prague, and in March emigrated to Israel , to be reunited with some of her surviving family, including her twin sister, Mariana. In London Herz-Sommer lived close to her family in a one-room flat in Belsize Park , visited almost daily by her closest friends, her grandson Ariel Sommer, and daughter-in-law Genevieve Sommer.

She practised playing the piano three hours a day until the end of her life. She stated that optimism was the key to her life:.

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I look at the good. When you are relaxed, your body is always relaxed. When you are pessimistic, your body behaves in an unnatural way. It is up to us whether we look at the good or the bad.

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When you are nice to others, they are nice to you. When you give, you receive. She also declared a firm belief in the power of music: "Music saved my life and music saves me still I am Jewish, but Beethoven is my religion. Her son Raphael, an accomplished cellist and conductor, died in , aged 64, of an aneurysm in Israel at the end of a concert tour.

He was survived by his wife and two sons. Alice Herz-Sommer died in hospital in London on 23 February , aged , after being admitted two days previously.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the pacifist who immolated herself, see Alice Herz. Prague , Kingdom of Bohemia , Austria-Hungary. London , England. New York Daily News. Retrieved 24 February The Guardian.