This is the true story of Louis Bannet, a Jewish jazz musician known throughout Europe in the 1930's and 40's as The Dutch Louis Armstrong. The story travels from the nightclubs of Amsterdam to the nightmares of Auschwitz, where Louis Bannet's trumpet rang out amidst happiness and horror alike. Jazz Survivor gives strong testimony to both the indisputable power of music and the indefatigable strength of the human spirit.
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About the Author
Ken Shuldman has been an award-winning writer for several top New York ad agencies. Aside from many well-known ad campaigns, he created the opening campaign for The Museum of Jewish Heritage/A Living Memorial to the Holocaust in NYC, where Louis Bannet's trumpet is part of the permanent collection.