by Bree Lafreniere and Daran Kravanh
Paperback, 156 pages, Univ of Hawaii Pr, List Price: $21.99 | purchase
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July 14, 2005 Cambodian musician Daran Kravanh survived the "killing fields" and genocide under the Khmer Rouge regime, with the help of an unlikely ally: an accordion. Being a musician kept him alive during the brutal antil-Western genocide.
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