Liane talks with violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg (NOD-jah Suh-LAIR-no Sunnen-berg). A kitchen accident nearly ended the world-class musician's career three-and-a-half years ago. She's recovered and much of her hard work since the accident can be heard on her latest CD, HUMORESQUE (Nonesuch). The album features music from the 1947 motion picture Humoresque, which starred Joan Crawford, John Garfield and Oscar Levant. The movie is one of Salerno-Sonnenberg's personal favorites



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