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An all-strings program featuring pieces by Jessie Montgomery, Mozart, William Grant Still and Tchaikovsky will premiere April 15, as will a concert celebrating 160 years of bilateral relations between Italy and the United States.
The rehearsal was all about fine-tuning the Finale movement of Mozart’s 40th, the composer’s monumental “great G minor” symphony — which Noseda is turning into a stagewide workout.
Only toward the end do we feel the huge absence that would be left by Mozart’s death — and Swafford’s evocation of the moment the composer knew he was dying is appropriately terrifying.
Victorians of all eras have been shocked by Mozart’s letters, and many were suppressed or censored until recently.
Imagine if Mozart was still alive and you could sit down and talk to him.Candido Camero, ‘father of modern conga drumming,’ dies at 99|Matt Schudel|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
The Mozart Project is not quite the hybrid creature Twice Upon a Time is.
But who needs one more perfectly excellent Mozart biography?
Intrigued by an excerpt from a letter by Mozart included in the text?
You could strip away the bells and whistles and it would still be a perfectly excellent Mozart biography.
Mozart: “The taste of death is upon my lips…I feel something, that is not of this earth.”Tupac’s ‘F*ck You’ to a Cop and the Best Last Words|Marlow Stern|May 27, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The last movement had the infectious gayety that Mozart's things often have, with a magnificent cadenza by himself.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
He had at first some difficulty in deciding whether Soliva showed himself in that opera a plagiarist of Mozart or a genius.
And why did Chopin regard Mozart as the ideal type, the poet par excellence?
Control hadn't gotten around to making approved lists of music yet, though you'd surely never hear Mozart in a public place.Security|Poul William Anderson
He was a great admirer of Mozart, whose works he constantly recommended to the attention of his old pupils.