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Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus . 1756--91, Austrian composer. A child prodigy and prolific genius, his works include operas, such as The Marriage of Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni (1787), and The Magic Flute (1791), symphonies, concertos for piano, violin, clarinet, and French horn, string quartets and quintets, sonatas, songs, and Masses, such as the unfinished Requiem (1791)
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Mozart

An earlier screen scraper from Mozart Systems Corporation, Burlingame, CA, that was used to turn a character-based mainframe screen into a Windows or DOS front end via 3270 emulation. Originally named Enter 3270, it was noted for being able to easily combine multiple terminal screens into one.
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Specifically, male subjects performed better when listening to the original soundtrack than they did when listening to Mozart, and performance was consistent with musical preference.
Morris' collaborators in this celebration of Mozart's 250th birthday were outstanding, including the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra, conducted by Louis Langree, with pianist Emanuel Ax.
Most famously, of course, Pope Benedict XVI is a passionate Mozart fan.
The programme includes Mozart's String Quintet in E flat and the Piano Concerto No.27 with Llyr Williams as soloist.
The festival's centerpiece will be the "Mozart Journey XV" concert at 7:30 p.m.
In 1980, he moved to Salzburg concentrating on the New Mozart Edition.
These include essays on Mozart contemporaries by R.
Martin in the Fields on their Korea tour concert, after which Marriner suggested she release a Mozart album with him.
This sort of repertoire (Mozart, Gluck, Salieri ...) is where Minkowski's musical interpretations shine, and his connectivity between singers and orchestra is seamless.
Mozart Concertos for Horn and Concerto for Bassoon.