„Bach in die Synagogen!“. Erlösende Noten in Franz Rosenzweig

Naharaim 14 (2):209-223 (2020)
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Starting with theoretical considerations on redemption in Rosenzweig's "Der Stern der Erlösung", this paper highlights the connection between redemption and choral form in Church music. Therefore, according to Rosenzweig, one can clearly distinguish between sacred/religious and spiritual/intellectual music. Rosenzweig also writes about renewing Jewish worship through Bach's vocal music, but we are given scant hints about this. "Bach in die Synagogen!" is nevertheless important, not only as an example for interreligious dialogue, but above all as an invitation to think about redemption in the postmodern condition.



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Luca Bertolino
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