What this music revival means for Polish cultural identity
Clip: 08/09/2019 | 7m 32s
Young musicians in Poland are reviving what they are calling the country’s golden era -- which was cut short by the Nazi invasion and World War II. Dances from the 1930s such as the foxtrot and tango are making a comeback as people of all ages flock to listen to ensembles playing songs that died along with many of those who used to perform them. Special correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports.
Aired: 08/09/19Video has closed captioning.
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