Dr. Daniel Zager, retired from the Eastman School of Music (University of Rochester) in Rochester, New York, and author of Lutheran Music and Meaning from Concordia Publishing House, joins Andy and Sarah to talk about his 20 years at Eastman and organization of the Sibley Music Library, what gives Lutheran music meaning, the relationship between text and melody, how music serves people during worship services, how music was instrumental during the Reformation, and how we can actively listen to music. Find Dr. Zager’s book at cph.org/lutheran-music-and-meaning.
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