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What I found in my research, and what I wrote about in my book, “The Price of Assimilation: Felix Mendelssohn and the Nineteenth Century Anti-Semitic Tradition,” is that Mendelssohn’s views towards his heritage changed radically over the course of his life.

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Surrounded by intriguers, he stood above them all, and was frank, transparent, honourable, noble; tempted by his sunny, enthusiastic, alert nature to do simply bright and genial things in music, he was thorough, studious, earnest, religious, and steadfastly consecrated to the highest and the best." Such was Felix Mendelssohn, the composer of , the man who conceived the "Songs without Words."

Mendelssohn’s father used to say: "Formerly I was the son of my father: now I am the father of my son." This meant that he was himself of no account, whereas his father and his son were famous.

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Indeed, Felix’s father, Abraham, was far more prophetic than he may have realized when he said, “The name Mendelssohn is, and will forever belong to Judaism in its transitional period.”

BrandeisNOW: What was it like being interviewed for the documentary?

JS: Working with Sheila Hayman was a wonderful experience.

Mendelssohn does not belong to Judaism, but to the world.  Felix and Fanny, most loving of brothers and sisters, were both musical.
Felix Mendelssohn Born: Hamburg, February 3, 1809 Died: Leipzig, November 4, 1847

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When he was six, Felix began taking piano lessons from his mother