A Conversation for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Composer

two small points

Post 1


Although "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" translates to "A Little Night Music" in English, I have never heard it called that, so perhaps you should use the verb "meaning" rather than "called".

Also, the Count in Figaro is Almaviva, not Almavia.

two small points

Post 2


In addition, it seems to me that 'he lost unconsciousness forever' would surely be better 'he lost consciousness forever'... unless I'm missing something...

And a space between 'opera' and 'Don Giovvani' at the beginning would be useful.


two small points

Post 3


Thanks Guys.

All corrected.

Just a note, the lack of a gap between 'opera' and 'Don Giovanni' appears to be a bug which I've duly reported.

Cheers for now.



Post 4

Walter of Colne

Just a quick post to tell you how much I enjoyed this piece. It is an almost impossible task to select a 'favourite' Mozart work, but if cast away on a desert island, I could not survive without the Clarinet Quintet. A question: was Salieri really a bad guy in Mozart's life, or has 'Amadeus' done him a grave disservice? Take care,



Post 5


I agree with Sir George Solti: I am instantly inspired by Mozart's music, but his achievements as a human being humble me and raise me in the same hearbeat.

I believe his music came from a higher source.

Mozart reminds me constantly (in this violent, lonely and stark world) of what a human life is capable of achieving.

I think Mozart would be jumping with glee to think that his music is on a mobile phone!

smiley - ok

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