'V’khol znei zmara' – 'And all kinds of music': The importance of Music in the Tanakh
Jean & Paola Goldenbaum, Berlin / Germany
In this lecture, Dr. Jean Goldenbaum explains how music appears in the Tanakh, analyzing its religious, social and cultural aspects for the Jewish people.
In the end Paola Goldenbaum presents live an example of how music at that time could have sounded, using ancient instruments.
Dr. Jean Goldenbaum is a classical music composer and has a PHD musicology. He was born in 1982 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and lives in Berlin, Germany. He has presented his music and his lectures all over the world. Jean works as a researcher at the ‘European Centre for Jewish Music’ (University of Hannover). For more information: www.jeangoldenbaum.com
Paola Goldenbaum was born in Brazil in 1993. She studied Jewish Culture and Pedagogy in Brazil. Living in Berlin, she continues to dedicate herself to her chosen study fields, focusing in the artistic and pedagogical aspects of the Jewish scriptures and traditions.