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Always time for a little Mozart

I have always loved Mozart. His vitality, joy, cleverness, and unmitigated exuberance attract and hold me. In fact, I have found myself trying to impart this love for Mozart to my students who often raise their eyebrows and look blankly … Continue reading

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Time for a little Mozart

I have always loved Mozart. His vitality, joy, cleverness, and unmitigated exuberance attract and hold me. In fact, I have found myself trying to impart this love for Mozart to my students who often raise their eyebrows and look blankly … Continue reading

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Segovia and Mozart

I was reminded by a recent post on my son’s Facebook page of Andres Segovia’s brilliance and musical genius. I saw him in concert in Chicago’s Orchestra Hall many years ago. He was called back for three encores after which … Continue reading

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There’s always an excuse for Mozart

Last night we heard the last three symphonies Mozart composed before his death. Jane Glover conducted the Music of the Baroque Orchestra at the Harris Theater. The orchestra was composed of less than 40 musicians which was the size of … Continue reading

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