Janet Horvath asked an innocuous question on a cold, slushy drive with her ailing father. The answer she got unraveled a family story that dates back to Hungary in the 1940s, which she tells in the new memoir, “The Cello Still Sings.” Horvath talks about what that question was, growing up the daughter of a holocaust survivor, and the legacy this story can leave, on this week’s Who The Folk Podcast.
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