Harmony and Co-Existence in Prague with Erika Supria Honisch

Episode 101 of Sound Expertise

What if harmony isn’t just about sounding good, but also about living together in a fractious time? How did sacred music in early modern Prague shape how people of different faiths existed alongside each other? A conversation with Erika Supria Honisch, Assistant Professor of History/Theory (and Affiliate Faculty in History Department) at Stony Brook University.

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A written transcript of this episode is available here; many, many thanks to Andrew Dell’Antonio for volunteering to prepare transcripts for the show!

Stay tuned for Episode 102, coming next Tuesday, July 28: an interview with Loren Kajikawa about white supremacy and music school curricula.