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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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The other subsection in this final chapter involves what Burnham calls "the open close," which refers to the unmistakably Mozartean effect of ending seemingly tragic works in the major mode.
And the novel ends at a perfect Mozartean pitch, with dust, the primal element of death, about to be joined with water, the primal element of life.
That long-abandoned practice is one of the elements of Mozartean style that conductor BOBBY McFERRIN and pianist CHICK COREA explore in The Mozart Sessions (Sony Classical), their new recording of Mozart's piano concertos, performed with the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra.
In the wake of this confession Brophy departs from the Mozartean plot in order to restage the novel's foundational narrative.
One unforgettable moment, in which she transforms the plodding execution of a familiar hymn into a heavenly strain of Mozartean lightness, is especially breathtaking.
Elegant Mozartean lines of notes glide lightly downward in the last measures, as if there has been a reconciliation, a calm acceptance of the final descent.
The piece was written with Mozartean speed and definitiveness in about two weeks, and set to a four-part text by a medical student, Marie Pappenheim.
I heard the second-named cast on May 12, and found the singing on the whole to be vivaciously, youthfully Mozartean. Mezzo Pascale Spinney did as believable and convincing a turn as Cherubino as she did as Hansel in VO's Hansel und Gretel last December--certainly a singer to watch.
This was the most recent work (1882!) on the programme, which began with Beethoven's Creatures of Prometheus Overture, tubby-sounding at first, but progressing with a Mozartean fizz, and continued with an atmospherically dramatic Mendelssohn Hebrides Overture (with a clarinet duet from Alastair Moseley and Anton Clarke-Butler so gorgeously and sensitively blended).
Such blissful creative unselfconsciousness had something Mozartean about it.
This Mozartean competition was initiated by two primary art schools in Brno, Frantisek Jilek Primary Art School and Primary Art School on Veveri street, to mark the 225th anniversary of the concert given by the eleven-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at the hall of the Reduta in Brno.
Cortese says he hears several traits that strike him as more Mozartean. There's an argument there, I suppose.