By James Martin
Martin Lovett, 93, Last Surviving Member Of Acclaimed Jewish String Quartet
LONDON (JTA) — Martin Lovett, a British cellist and the last surviving member of the world renowned Amadeus String Quartet, died in London on April 29 after contracting COVID-19. He was 93. The British-born Lovett was the last member to join Amadeus, whose other three players — Siegmund Nissel, Peter Schidlof, and Norbert Brainin —…
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ווי קען איך זיך נוקם זײַן אין דעם ייִנגל וואָס דערגייט מיר די יאָרן?How can I get back at that kid who keeps bullying me?
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