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Who is Alma Rose?
Alma Rose a.k.a. Alma Rosé was an Austrian violinist of Jewish descent. Her uncle was the composer Gustav Mahler. She was deported by the Nazis to the concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau. There, for ten months, she directed an orchestra of prisoners who played to their captors to stay alive. Rosé died in the concentration camp of a sudden illness, possibly food poisoning. Rosé's experience in Auschwitz is depicted in the controversial play "Playing for Time" by Fania Fénelon.
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Alma Rose is a fictional character from the 1980 film Playing For Time.
"Alma Rose" a.k.a. "Alma Rosé" is a book by Richard Newman.
- also known as "Alma Rosé: Vienna to Auschwitz"
"Alma Rose" is a musical album of Gary Forrester.
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