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Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Classical Music Interlude – Mozart, Sonata for Two Pianos, K 448, first movement

The Sonata for Two Pianos in D major, K. 448 is a piano work composed in 1781 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, at 25 years of age. It is written in strict Sonata–Allegro Form, with three movements. The sonata was composed for a performance he would give with fellow pianist Josephine von Aurnhammer Mozart composed this . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Classical Music Interlude – Mozart, Sonata for Two Pianos, K 448, first movement

Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Kyrie from Mozart’s Requiem

The first movement of Mozart’s Requiem in D minor, performed by the Bezdin Ensemble, under the direction of Adina Spire, with a graphical score.

At the time of Mozart’s death on 5 December 1791, only the opening movement (Requiem aeternam) was completed in all of the orchestral and vocal parts. The following Kyrie and . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Kyrie from Mozart’s Requiem

Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 21, Andante (“Elvira Madigan”)

Elvira Madigan is the nickname of Mozart’s “Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major,” which he wrote in 1785 within a space of 4 weeks. It is one of Mozart’s most popular piano concertos, and has three movements. The concerto was penned for a series of Lenten subscription concerts given by Mozart in 1785. . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Mozart, Piano Concerto No. 21, Andante (“Elvira Madigan”)

mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Mozart’s birthday today

To celebrate, let’s play his famous requiem: And then go check out The Amadeus Net, a novel in which I posit that: the big guy never died he toys with the idea of gender realignment when not contemplating the snipping … Continue reading →

Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Classical Music Interlude – Mozart Flute Quartet

We have not had a visualization in awhile so lets take a look at the first movement of Mozart’s Flute Quartet in C Major, K. 285b, performed by American Baroque, with a scrolling bar-graph score.

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Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Some Wineglass with your Mozart?

Something a little different this Friday folks. The love of music comes in many shapes and sizes, we here at DWR appreciate peoples’ dedication to their art. This fine individual has decided to pursue his love of Mozart via the crystal harp; I say more power to him.   Filed under: Music Tagged: Crystal […] . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Friday Musical Interlude – Some Wineglass with your Mozart?

Dead Wild Roses: Mozart Symphony No. 40 – 3rd movement, Menuetto Trio

I’ve been listening to the Triple A guide on How to listen to and understand great music. This piece by Mozart was featured in the Minuet/Trio section of the lecture. Can you spot the imitative polyphony section?

 

 

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mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Yet another NEW piece by Mozart discovered

As you may know, I’ve written a novel in which Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is alive and well, and supporting himself by writing “lost” Mozart pieces. Another one was discovered earlier this week in an attic in Austria. According to the … Continue reading →

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