Genius and Anxiety.
A musical analogue to the story of Joseph?
A newly translated biography.
The pianist Alice Herz-Sommer, who turned one-hundred-ten this week and is the world’s oldest living Holocaust survivor, can still convey through her music a Europe. . .
In a new edition, Jonathan Franzen does little to explain the influence of the Austrian Jewish attack journalist but much to broadcast his own. . .
By persecuting the “degenerate” art of Jewish musicians and composers, Hitler sought to enshrine the supremacy of Austro-German musical culture. Instead, he destroyed it.
The most polished writing and
sharpest analysis in the Jewish world.