Hauschka – Who Lived Here? | #ENDviolence Against Children | UNICEF





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Published on Jun 19, 2014

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Pianist and composer Volker Bertelmann, commonly known as Hauschka, lends his evocative single "Who Lived Here?" from the album Abandoned City to this music video, shot in Liberia to promote UNICEF's #ENDviolence against children initiative. Violence against children is everywhere, but it's often hidden or occurs behind closed doors. #ENDviolence against children is a global movement to spark local action that "makes the invisible visible" and ensures every child can grow up in a safe environment.
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To hear more of Hauschka's music, visit: http://hauschka-net.de/
Hauschka's 'Abandoned City' is available on Temporary Residence Ltd (http://temporaryresidence.com), City Slang Records (http://www.cityslang.com)
and on iTunes: http://bit.ly/1r6IRDW | http://bit.ly/1qKrLJF

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