Music and Theology

‎’The most important thing about music is what happens when it stops, what remains with the listener, what they take away. A melody, rhythm, some understanding of another person or another culture. The way those experiences add up, in the soul of a person over the years, is the biggest prize classical music possesses.’

Michael Tilson-Thomas, Conductor

Interesting – thinking about theological meaning of music. It is not the music that is important, but what happens in the listener.

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