This mini-documentary (only 25 minutes) tells the story of a Holocaust survivor, the violin he acquired in a displaced person camp and how it came to be in the hands of a young girl living in the Bronx. So much generosity, gratitude and love shown here.
In case that started you thinking about violins, here are a few books I really like and you might enjoy too:
As special as violins are to those who own, play and love them, I guess it’s ultimately the sharing of something beautiful that really connects people. That’s what I loved most about Joe’s Violin—the connection and common ground found between two people, which they then shared with so many others.