Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart was a musical prodigy. He began composing at the age of 5 and began performing on piano and violin at age 6. Mozart only lived to be 35, but he composed all kinds of music – operas, symphonies, concertos, masses, and much more! In fact, he composed so many pieces that after his death a special system was created just to keep track of them all!
12 Variations on the theme “Ah, vous dirai-je, Maman.” This is one of Mozart’s earlier pieces. Does the melody sound familiar to you?
The Queen of the Night Aria from “The Magic Flute” – Royal Opera House production
Diana Damrau as Queen of Night
Concerto No. 5 in A Major, featuring Hannah White
Rondo alla Turca (from “Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major”, KV 331 (300i))
Piano: Lars Roos
Below is a different interpretation of the same piece. Which do you prefer? Why?
guitar player and arranger – Peter Luha
Below is a parody just for fun.
The piece begins at 3:15.
Historical presentation of the legendary austrian conductor Herbert von Karajan with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Singverein, Kathleen Battle, Trudeliese Schmidt, Ferruccio Furlanetto and Gosta Winbergh interpreting the Coronation Mass by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during the High Mass celebrated by H.H. Pope John Paul II in St. Peter’s Basilica at Vatican City on June 29, 1985.
Requiem Mass conducted by Karl Böhm
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Allegro
A parody of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Allegro by Richard Perlmutter
A different arrangement of Eine Kleine Nachmusik, Allegro
Another movement from the same piece. How is this different from the Allegro movement?
Symphony No. 25 in g minor
Symphony No. 28 in C Major
Concerto No. 1 for Horn and Orchestra
Symphony No. 40 in G minor
Symphony No. 40 in G minor, 4th movement
Piano Sonata No. 16 in C major
The Marriage of Figaro
W A Mozart: Streichquintett Nr.3 g-moll, K516
Amadeus Quartet with Cecil Aronowitz, viola
filmed in June 1966, London
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