In the center: Dr. Elisabeth Wolff and at her right Nadja Kayali, the lecturer
Last Wednesday, Nadja Kayali, musicologist, popular radio-broadcaster, much sought-after lecturer and a fascinating personality herself opened our ears and minds to specific „oriental“ sounds of music.
Fascinating how elements of Turkish, Persian and Arabic music and story-telling found their way right into the European classical compositions of Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and others,
says Dr. Elisabeth Wolff, WA Coordinator for Music
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