Mozart


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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)

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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El resultado fue sorprendente: el grupo que escucho la sonata obtuvo las mejores calificaciones en la prueba, lo cual parecia abrir las posibilidades de mejorar las habilidades mentales con la musica, por lo que la psicologa Rauscher y sus colaboradores llamaron a este fenomeno el Efecto Mozart.
By the time Mozart visited the city in the 1780s, the population was barely a third that of Vienna, which itself was only the fifth largest city in Europe.
Asked if he believed in the Mozart Effect wherein brain power is supposed to be enhanced by repeated listening to Mozart's music, he said, It's not yet fully scientifically proven, but I hope it works.
Johnson maintains, without evidence, that Mozart played every instrument except the harp; that he "had obviously taken to pieces and put together a violin many times"; and that "he made do with the basset horn" until the clarinet "became available.
9 Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart gave birth to a son.
The man chosen to be the North East orchestra's new inspiration and driving force is such a Mozart fan that he can't choose one of his works above the many others.
Now in its 24th year, Mainly Mozart is one of San Diego's leading music organizations, focusing on the works of Mozart and the Masters.
The cast includes Marie FAret as Nannerl Mozart and Marc BarbA as LAopold Mozart.
Mozart never finished the mass but it was completed in a new edition by American composer and musicologist Robert D Levin, drawing on sketches and other works by Mozart.
Celebrated conductor Thomas Carroll will lead the Mozart Festival Orchestra, joined by soloists Richard Hosford on the clarinet and Jonathan Scott on the piano.
6, 2011, the Mozart Players will hold a "Messiah" sing-along with an assortment of guest conductors.