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Margot's miracle: A cello that survived the Holocaust now 'sings' in Cincinnati

A valuable cello that traveled from Nazi Germany across war-torn Europe to the U.S. evokes a story of hope and survival. Now it resides in Cincinnati with a musician whose grandparents also narrowly escaped the Holocaust.
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