Books by Marian Filar

FROM BUCHENWALD TO CARNEGIE HALL by Marian Filar
BIOGRAPHY & MEMOIR
Released: March 1, 2001

"Like Wladyslaw Szpilman's The Pianist, a well-written, perceptive tale that evokes the splendor of prewar Warsaw and its progressive music scene, and a poetic testimony of artistic beauty triumphing over evil."
A combination of musical memoir and Holocaust history, in which pianist Filar traces his career from Warsaw to Philadelphia, revealing how his passion for music helped him persevere, and defending his decision to study in postwar Berlin under world-renowned pianist Walter Gieseking, <\b>an alleged Nazi. Read full book review >