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The Sense of an Ending: The Musical Self

Jeremy Begbie

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In a fascinating multimedia presentation, Jeremy Begbie, Professor of Music, Cambridge University, expounds upon the relationship between music and theology. This is a monumental tour de force in the common denominators of the integrated arts as they undergird the spiritual principles of Biblical practicum. The exquisite melodic phrase of a Chopin etude, for example, played on the piano by Begbie, reflects the sublime aesthetics of the physics of music. The same God, Creator of both the arts and the sciences, may express Himself in the theology of music and the music of theology.

Professor Begbie?s musical gifts are rivaled only by his genius for interdisciplinary integration. When musical form and philosophical content dance in such balanced concert, our intellects are enchanted by a new imagination, and our hearts are warmed by the fires of holy emotion. Our own musical self is discovered.

Approximately 1 hour 40 minutes


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