"The earth has music for those who listen." -- Shakespeare There are many different types of medicines and remedies throughout our world today. Ranging from conventional (traditional), alternative, complementary, herbal, therapeutic, to standard medicines and remedies. Show More Summary
From Mozart to rosemary oil to sleep
Sears, 1966 (Photo: Mike Mozart/Flickr) In 1966, when Jon Wiant arrived in Hue, a palace-filled city in central Vietnam, American involvement in the war between the south and the north had recently begun to escalate: the year before, the U.S. Show More Summary
To celebrate the anniversary of the first staging of Mozart’s masterpiece on September 30th, 224 years ago, in Vienna – for next 48 hours the game will be available for FREE on App Store, globally! The post Magic Flute by Mozart Free...Show More Summary
“Mr. Mankell, whose grandfather was a composer, passed on his love of classical music to his famous detective. Wallander spends many lonely nights listening to Mozart operas or walking the windswept beaches of Ystad with his dog, Jussi — named after Jussi Bjorling, the great Swedish tenor.”
Listening to Mozart may strengthen your brain. A new Finnish study found that listening to classical music enhances the activity of genes involved in memory. People who did this were better able to remember to complete tasks, per research presented at the 2013 British Psychological Society annual meeting. Show More Summary
Howard Shelley This season the London Mozart Players will be donating all of the profits in two of their concert series to the Royal British Legion, raising funds for those who are serving or have served in the British Armed Forces.Show More Summary
I’m against the idea of “genius.” To me it’s like talking about “naturals” in sports, or speculation in a frat house about whether a woman is a “perfect ten.” Mozart: boy genius. Where was MacArthur when he needed them? Of course true outlier talent exists: Mozart in one category, Usain Bolt in another. Show More Summary
I first heard about Mozart's opera The Magic Flute when I was a music major in college. I remember thinking the title was sort of ridiculous, and the plot seemed equally silly. Something about a guy and his bird buddy meeting some witches or something and then rescuing a princess somewhere. And, of course, there's
Stephen Cleobury, Choir of King's College Cambridge, Haydn Chamber Orchestra at Hatfield House Chamber Music Festival 2015 Haydn, Charlotte Bray, Mozart; Choir of King's College Cambridge, Haydn Chamber Orchestra, Stephen Cleobury; Hatfield...Show More Summary
Pope Francis has previously listed Bach, Mozart and Beethoven as among his favorite composers. However, rumors may soon begin to fly that the pontiff is partial to British pop band The Vamps as it turns out Francis is releasing an album on the same day, and with almost the same title, as the young...
I've never watched an opera before, but the new iOS puzzle game Magic Flute by Mozart makes me want to. Created by Polish game developer Lablike, Magic Flute not only features music from the famous Mozart opera, but follows the story of its libretto through cutscenes between levels. Show More Summary
Written by an Austrian (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart), with an Italian libretto (by Lorenzo da Ponte) based on a French play (by Pierre-Augustin Beaumarchais), "The Marriage of Figaro" - now in a new production at Lyric Opera - is set inShow More Summary
SATURDAY | "The Marriage of Figaro": Barbara Gaines returns to the Lyric to direct Mozart's comedic opera about a crazy day in an 18th century castle. Through Oct. 24 at the Civic Opera House, 20 N. Wacker Drive; 312-827-5600 and lyricopera.org "Sucker Punch": Roy Williams' play follows two aspiring...
Solve 32 spatial puzzles placed in a beautiful scenery of Mozart’s ‘Magic Flute’ opera. Armed only in logic, imagination and integrity help Tamino find wisdom, beauty and save the love of his life. Be careful though as in this opera-based...Show More Summary
Celebrating Stephen Kovacevich's forthcoming big birthday, Decca has released a meaty boxful of all his Philips recordings across the years. There's Beethoven, Mozart and Brahms galore, and brilliant Bartók with his former partner Martha...Show More Summary
Well it turned out to be a pretty insane week of new iOS games, and every time I turned around there was a new batch of threads being made in our forum to catch all the late-comers. I've already professed my love for Prettygreat's debut game Land Sliders, and I'm very excited to see what
Is there a more extraordinary, more heart-stilling moment in all opera than the finale of Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro? The Count, suddenly understanding his wife’s fidelity, begs her forgiveness… Read more The post Fossilised Figaro appeared first on The Spectator.
I'm very glad that one of the after-effects of the success of Monument Valley [$3.99] is that it's encouraging other developers to try and do their own artsy puzzlers on the App Store with their own unique influences. Magic Flute is another one of those games, releasing this Thursday, September 24th, on to the App
As I've aged, I've gradually become an opera fan. As usual Mozart's genius could not be denied in this genre either. His operas were sensational and when I heard this aria from The Magic Flute, I literally melted. "Der Hölle Rache kocht...Show More Summary