'For our fathers': sons of Brubeck, French doctor write D-Day symphony

A file picture taken on June 3, 2004 shows a collector dressed as a WWII soldier listening to music on an old gramophone, near the reenactment of the WWII Cecil Breeden camp in Vierville-sur-Mer, on the Normand coast near Omaha Beach. The sons of jazz icon Dave Brubeck and a Normandy doctor have composed a transatlantic symphony 'for our fathers', whose paths crossed in the war-torn villages of northern France right after D-Day landings, as the world remembers the 70th anniversary of the Allied





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