Violinist Totenberg: Solidarity Of Polish People Is 'Incredible' Violinist Roman Totenberg tells NPR's Susan Stamberg about a recent trip back to his homeland, where he judged a violin competition.
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Violinist Totenberg: Solidarity Of Polish People Is 'Incredible'

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Violinist Totenberg: Solidarity Of Polish People Is 'Incredible'

Violinist Totenberg: Solidarity Of Polish People Is 'Incredible'

Violinist Totenberg: Solidarity Of Polish People Is 'Incredible'

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In spite of crippling food shortages in Poland as strikes continue, the Polish people find time for other things — like music. Violinist Roman Totenberg tells NPR's Susan Stamberg about a recent trip back to his homeland, where he judged a violin competition.