I’m talking why Jews need music at 7pm (London)/ 2pm (NY)

Tonight from 7pm find out why Jews need music with Norman Lebrecht.

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  • Chilynne says:

    Thank you! Eagerly awaiting the next session.

  • If you cut me, do I not bleed. says:

    We all need music.

  • sorry I missed it. any chance of a repeat performance?

  • Peter San Diego says:

    I saw this too late! A shame. Is it available as an archived stream?

  • Barry Rosovske says:

    I AM A JEW WITH ADULT AUTISM. I CANNOT EVER EVER EVER GET ME A WIFE NOR A GIRLFRIEND OF ANY FAITH, SO I REALLY WISH THAT I WAS BLOODY WELL DEAD.

  • John Dalkas says:

    Missed it. Will it be available online?

  • Temporarily without a name says:

    Is there a recording of the session? I missed it.

  • Alexandra Ivanoff says:

    I too wonder if you can post a recorded repeat for those of us who missed it…

  • Ricardo says:

    OK, got it. For a moment you had me wondering why Jews should need music at 7 pm.

  • Hilly Gross says:

    Dear Norman Lebrecht,
    I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed yesterday’s Shiur “Why Jews need Music”
    Two questions if I might and two suggestions for future topics.
    Question:One need not be a great musicologist to detect that the opening bars of Act Two the garden scene of Verdi,s Don Carlo is exactly the same as the Chanukah hymn Maotz Tsur.Question is Did Verdi appropriate the already existing melody of Maotz Tsur,or was Verdi,s opening bars subsequently appropriated by an inventive synagogue chazzan or choirmaster..

    Question :Speaking of appropriation ,I have always been told that Violettas death bed aria in La Traviata “Addio del passatto”was note for note a Ladino melody that a Jewish neighbor had provided Verdi.Would you know if this story has any basis or is it totally apocryphal

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