Jewish Values: Ketzel, the cat who composed

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Place of Publication: 
New York
Publication Year: 
2015
Number of Pages: 
40 p.
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Based on a true story. Moshe Cotel, a young composer, discovers Ketzel, a tiny, black-and-white kitten, on the street. When Moshe receives a letter from the Paris New Music Review about a contest to write a composition of 60 seconds or less, try as he might, he is at a loss. Then, Ketzel creeps across the keyboard. "Moshe grabbed a pencil and jotted down exactly what he'd heard…. 'Your composition has a clear beginning, middle, and end, is full of heart, and takes exactly 21 seconds to play. Ketzel, you're a genius!'" The feline's "Piece for Piano: Four Paws" wins an honorable mention, and its furry composer actually attends a performance. The
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ISBN: 
978-0763665555
Sydney Taylor Winner: 
Yes
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