Paul Max EdlinComposer | Artistic Director | Lecturer | Performer

Johann Sebastian Bach emerged from a dynasty of musicians and is widely acknowledged as the most influential of all composers. His work is steeped in and informed by his devout faith. A Lutheran who held his Maker as the source of all artistic achievement, his music reveals innumerable symbolic references to Christianity. This lecture reveals many of these symbols, be they actual shapes of the cross, or structural plans for texts that touch us deeply yet subconsciously.

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