Deborah Thurlow | Hidden Children - Memoirs of Child Survivors of the Holocaust - Film Music

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Hidden Children - Memoirs of Child Survivors of the Holocaust - Film Music

by Deborah Thurlow

A riveting film score
Genre: Classical: Film Music
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1. Waltz of Life
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2:16 $0.99
2. Conversations
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4:59 $0.99
3. Playtime
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4. Moments
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5. Closing Moments
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6. Waltz of Life Reprise
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The documentary film, Hidden Children explores the children who survived the Holocaust from a personal perspective...3 survivors share their stories.

The opening and closing music, The Waltz of Life, has an old European world flavor and Playtime for the outdoors scenes has a care free impressionistic quality. The work, Conversations, interweaves between the stories and the experiences told by Carl, Goldy and Evelyn as children in Conversatiions. Moments is my personal take of Nigunim. Nigun (pl. nigunim, Hebrew: ניגון‎) is a Hebrew term meaning “humming tune.” Usually, the term refers to religious songs and tunes that are sung by groups. It is a form of voice instrumental music, often without any lyrics or words, although sounds like “bim-bim-bam” or “Ai-ai-ai!” are often used.

So, the film music and Hidden Children together illustrates the difference between childhood and adulthood through outdoor scenes of both children and adults at play in contrasting scenes creating not only a documentary…but an artistic film of collages.


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David Amram - August 29, 2010

Hidden Children Documentary Film
Deborah Thurlow's new documentary film, is an important and valuable addition to the history of one of the greatest tragedies of our time.

As long as there are people left on earth who wish to find a way to live in harmony with one another, Deborah Thurlow's, Hidden Children, will educate us all of what can happen when we allow bigotry and hatred to become acceptable and do nothing about it.

See it and make sure that everyone you know does as well. We can all look forward to the day when, Hidden Children is in every classroom and TV stations in the world.