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News From the Faunasphere: I Like Big Boats Edition

I’m as caught up in the primary stuff as anyone—maybe too much. I keep thinking about the perhaps apocryphal story that Mozart never once mentioned a little thing called The French Revolution in any of his letters. The guy was a bit focused on his work, I guess, and that’s looking pretty good right now. […]

MM: McLendon Water Main Break, DeKalb Concerned About MARTA Tax, and Mozart: Dawn To Dusk

McLendon Drive remains closed due to water main break [Decaturish] DeKalb concerned about MARTA expansion tax [AJC] Better Together Community Action Plan: Downloads now available [DecaturNext] ‘Hamilton’ Musical Coming To Atlanta InShow More Summary

Garsington Opera season - role debuts and notable casts

Garsington Opera's 2016 season this year encompasses Tchaikovsky's Eugene Onegin, Mozart's Idomeneo and Rossini's L'italiana in Algeri with some notable casts including role debuts from Toby Spence, Roderick Williams, and Natalya Romaniw. Show More Summary

Complete Guide to the 2016 Candidates' Favorite Music

There was a time when it was adventurous for a U.S. president to like George Gershwin, as Harry Truman did when he wanted a break from his usual favorites, Mozart, Beethoven and Chopin. Those days are long gone: The current crop of Democratic and Republican presidential candidates like everything from...

A Gorgeous Cello Version of ‘Hello’ by Adele Combined With Mozart’s Requiem ‘Lacrimosa’

4 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Piano Guys, an incredibly talented group of musicians performed a breathtaking version of the Adele hit “Hello” in combination with the somber Mozart requiem”Lacrimosa” on cello with absolutely stunning results. The group recorded the session at the Tuacahn Center for the Arts, utilizing mirrors, diffused light and lots of fog. Hello/Lacrimosa (or “Chello,” as […]

Adele uncovers Mozart in viral cello mash

Sales blurb: Hello/Lacrimosa (or “Chello,” as it has affectionately been called in the studio) is a musical experiment bridging 18th century spiritualism and 21st century secularism. Imagine Mozart and Adele in the same room in an intense co-write session, quill and pen in hand, respectively. Picturing this hypothetical hangout helped to spark the creative combination of […]

Jacques Rivette: 1928-2016

"There is a moment in Mozart where the music suddenly seems to draw inspiration only from itself, from an obsession with a pure chord, all the rest being but approaches, successive explorations, and withdrawals from this supreme position where time is abolished. Show More Summary

The Most Haunting Version of Adele's 'Hello' So Far

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Adele's "Hello" has been reworked countless times since its release last October. But this eerie cello mash-up with Mozart's Requiem "Lacrimosa" is undoubtedly one of the most haunting interpretations yet. Musical group The Piano Guys...Show More Summary

Magnificent Feast - Mozart's birthday at the Wigmore Hall

Michael Collins Mozart Serenade in B flat major 'Gran Partita', La clemenza di Tito'Parto parto ma tu ben mio', Clarinet Concerto in A major; Michael Collins, Christine Rice, London Winds, City of London Sinfonia; Wigmore Hall Reviewed...Show More Summary

For Canadian Eyes Only: What’s Coming to Shomi in February 2016…

The second season of Amazon’s MOZART IN THE JUNGLE is but one show coming to Canada’s Shomi in February 2016. It will be joined by the first season of MAD DOGS, as well as seasons 1-6 of XENA WARRIOR PRINCESS and later seasons of TWO AND A HALF MEN. Television MOZART IN THE JUNGLE eason […]

Donald Trump Offers Fox News an Olive Branch, in the Form of a Very Boring Rally

To say that Donald Trump is good at playing the media is like saying Mozart was good at playing the piano. Over the first seven months of his campaign, the GOP frontrunner proved himself a master of commanding the cable news spotlight. On Thursday night, he proved just as capable... More »

Venice at Carnegie

Carnegie Hall has announced an impressively varied 2016-17 season. There are quite a few notable events — a new Steve Reich piece, Pulse; a blockbuster Barenboim marathon of Bruckner symphonies and Mozart concertos; the Boston Symphony playing George Benjamin's new...

What to Cook: Recipes for Midweek (and Mozart)

For dinner tonight, a no-recipe recipe for roasted fish with capers and lemon and strudel for dessert. Later this week, make pizza.

13 Prodigious Facts About 'Amadeus'

last weekHumor / odd : mental_floss

A look back at the Oscar-winning biopic on Mozart's 260th birthday.

Inspired by Mozart - Beethoven's opus 69 sonata for piano and cello

Inspired by Mozart: Beethoven, Mozart, Franz Xaver Mozart; Julius Berger, Margarita Hohenrieder; Nimbus Alliance Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Jan 21 2016 Star rating: 4.0 A voyage round Beethoven's opus 69 sonata and its links to Mozart This new disc from cellist Julius Berger on Nimbus Alliance is a follow up to his Inspired by Bach disc. Show More Summary

Happy Birthday, Mozart: The Great Composer’s Daily Routine

last weekHumor / odd : Brain Pickings

How a day is composed in the hours between sleep o'clock and symphony o'clock.

5 Reasons You Should Be Watching Mozart in the Jungle

Although Mozart in the Jungle won two major Golden Globe Awards at the 2016 ceremony (for best television series and best actor for the show's leading man, Gael Garcia Bernal), a lot of people still have yet to watch it. This, my friends, is a tragedy, because Amazon's underrated hit is truly a delight to watch. Show More Summary

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