Unpleasant German

One disturbing experience in Berlin was hearing a man in the subway play Mozart’s Turkish March. If there is one piece of music a Jew doesn’t want to hear in Germany, that is it.

5 thoughts on “Unpleasant German

  1. I’m genuinely curious why you don’t want to hear this. I just listened to it on Youtube and it sounds very pleasant.

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      1. I thought it was Wagner, whose music is under an unofficial ban in Israel. Never heard a word RE Mozart.

        Why did the Nazis do that? To create “all is well” camouflage to fool the victims?

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  2. I must echo ed’s question.

    “If there is one piece of music a Jew doesn’t want to hear in Germany, that [K 331 (300i)] is it.” I hope you don’t mind me asking, but why is this so? I would have thought that it would have been anything by Wagner, who has a well-documented (and absolutely deserved) reputation as an anti-Semite.

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