"The former pastor asked me to pay him a visit when I became director for the first time," says Stückl. "I had cast a friend as Judas."
The friend was a Protestant.
The priest played various records, with music by Mendelssohn, Bach and Mozart. Which music did Christian like the most, he asked?
Bach, Stückl replied without hesitation. And that's exactly where the problem begins, the pastor replied. Bach, a Protestant, refused salvation. The music of Mendelssohn, a Jew, could offer no salvation. A true Catholic, the pastor said, could only love Mozart. Now that, he said, was the music of salvation.
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