"It's the most significant discovery from our collections in our 52-year history," Baker said. "That we could give the world the melody to a song sung by those sentenced to their death through forced labor during one of the most unspeakable horrors and trauma of the 20th century is remarkable."
"If you're going to do that you have to go out and solicit funds and, whether you do or you don't, the perception is that you owe somebody," Baker said. "I'm still of the belief that politics and judges are a bad mix."
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