Max Freeman, a jazz musician with an attitude, arrives in Heaven to play his version of gospel standards, but clashes with the rule that only music of worship can be performed. Freeman's virtuosity draws attention to himself, not to God.
One admirer remains, however: Johann Sebastian Bach, whose cantatas and B Minor Mass are revered above all others even while his Brandenburg Concertos and Goldberg Variations are banned.
Improvisational sparks fly in the resulting jam session. Bach's euphoria conceals the ominous truth. The serpent is loose.
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