Musik Und Asthetik Im Berlin Moses Mendelssohns Anselm Gerhard

ISBN: 9783110945065

Published: January 1st 1999

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Musik Und Asthetik Im Berlin Moses Mendelssohns  by  Anselm Gerhard

Musik Und Asthetik Im Berlin Moses Mendelssohns by Anselm Gerhard
January 1st 1999 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 263 pages | ISBN: 9783110945065 | 8.43 Mb

Moses Mendelssohn (1729-1786) stands not only for the new identity achieved by an enlightened Jewish elite but also (as this volume documents for the first time) for a new approach to aesthetic education and music. Mendelssohn himself took pianoMoreMoses Mendelssohn (1729-1786) stands not only for the new identity achieved by an enlightened Jewish elite but also (as this volume documents for the first time) for a new approach to aesthetic education and music.

Mendelssohn himself took piano lessons from Kirnberger, a pupil of Bachs, while Sara Levy (nee Itzig) made her salon into a centre for the cultivation of Bachs heritage and numerous Berlin Jews took an active part in public performances even of such works as Handels -Messiah- and Grauns -Tod Jesu-. The patent preference for ancient and self-referential music in these circles permits the thesis that the Jewish minority in Berlin was centrally operative in preparing the ground for the idea of absolute music.



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