Mozart at his Zenith

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Monday, November 25, 2013

Host Bill McGlaughlin spends a week devoted to Mozart's final years. He explores a stream of masterpieces, including The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, the final symphonies and piano concertos, and his unfinished Requiem.

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Comments [3]

Barbara Pisick from New York City

Driving through the Vermont hills in my Beemer watching the trees changing colors while listening to Mozart was a transcendent experience. His music is so intertwined with nature.

Nov. 24 2013 07:30 PM
Joan Liebowitz from NYC

entering a contest advertised now at 3:10 p.m. 11/19/13 comments why I like Mozart

His music has a sweet lightness that fills my heart, like a good glass of champagne.
light, bubbly, elevating.

always a joy to listen to.

What a gift he left behind for mankind.

the antidote, to all the petty, meanness we encounter daily

listening is really prize enough.
but, I like a prize in real time.......

Nov. 19 2013 03:13 PM
Nell from Brooklyn

Mozart is probably the greatest genius who ever lived. He certainly deserves better than a silly comment made by Ms. Lewin: something his "His gorgeousness..." Shame on you.

In fact, I would be nice is Ms. Lewin would refrain from any comments or better yet go back to Cincinnati.

Nov. 07 2013 02:30 PM

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