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Lied - Kirchenmusik - Predigt Im Festgottesdienst Friedrich Schleiermachers: Aur Rekonstruktion Seiner Liturgischen Praxis

Lied - Kirchenmusik - Predigt Im Festgottesdienst Friedrich Schleiermachers: Aur Rekonstruktion Seiner Liturgischen Praxis (Hardback)

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Die vorliegende Untersuchung befat sich mit den "Festgottesdiensten" Friedrich Schleiermachers als Prediger an der Berliner Dreifaltigkeitskirche zwischen 1809 und 1829. Ausgehend von Schleiermachers Theorie des Festgottesdienstes werden neun dieser Festgottesdienste rekonstruiert, indem die Elemente Lied, Kirchenmusik, Gebet und Liturgie so weit wie moglich dokumentiert und deren theologische wie asthetische Koharenz gepruft werden. Unterbrochen werden diese Analysen durch vier Exkurse (Kirchenmusik, Gesangbucharbeit, Agende und Gottesdienstvorbereitung). Es folgt ein Dokumenten- und Materialanhang, der uberwiegend ungedruckte Quellen aus dem Umfeld des Schleiermacherschen Gottesdienstes erstmalig veroffentlicht, darunter die wieder-entdeckten Protokolle der Berliner "Gesangbuchs-Commission." Die von Schleiermacher in seiner liturgischen Theorie postulierte Einheit und Ganzheit des Kultus kann in seiner eigenen liturgischen Praxis der Festgottesdienste der Berliner Zeit eindrucklich nachgewiesen werden. Die einzelnen liturgischen Elemente sind sorgfaltig aufeinander abgestimmt, wobei jeweils in der Predigt der Schlussel zum theologischen Gesamtverstandnis des Gottesdienstes zu sehen ist.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian theologyReligion & BeliefsChristianityChristian worship, rites & ceremonies Publisher: De Gruyter Publication Date: 31/07/2002 ISBN-13: 9783110170634  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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