The Front Row, Tuesday, 12/29/2009

Doctor Jeffrey Sposato discusses the issues that Mendelssohn had to confront because of his Jewish heritage ... and we hear excerpts from some of the musical compositions in which Mendelssohn in essence worked out his conflicted feelings regarding his "Jewishness" and his relationship with the Christian society, religion and music that he seemed to so-willingly embrace. Listen
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