180 Days With Mozart And Me

A Survey Of The Philips Complete Mozart Edition…From Symphonies Through Theatre And Ballet Music

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Entries Tagged as 'Salzburg (March 1780)'

Of Soap and Sonatas (Missae, Requiem, Organ Sonatas, Box 10)

March 28th, 2010 · No Comments · Adagio & Allegro in F minor, Andante in F, Box 10: Missae Requiem Organ Sonatas & Solos, Church Sonatas 13-17, Daniel Chorzempa, Deutsche Bachsolisten, Don Knotts, Fantasia in F minor, Ghost and Mr Chicken, Helmut Winschermann, K274, K278, K328, K329, K336, K594, K608, K616, Organ Sonatas 13-17, Phantom of the Opera, Salzburg (1777), Salzburg (early 1779), Salzburg (Lent 1777), Salzburg (March 1779), Salzburg (March 1780), Vienna (December 1790), Vienna (March 3 1791), Vienna (May 4 1791)

Today, we drove nearly 100 miles round trip to buy soap. Not just any soap, mind you. For that would be foolish. The local grocery store sells soap by the box full. No end to the varieties. No, the soap we bought was lavender and nettle, or lemongrass and nettle, or honey and oat. We [...]

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Of Kidney Stones and Soaring Sopranos (Missae, Requiem, Organ Sonatas, Box 10)

March 20th, 2010 · No Comments · Aldo Baldin, Alto (definition), Baritone (definition), Bass (definition), Box 10: Missae Requiem Organ Sonatas & Solos, Contralto (definition), Countertenor (definition), Herbert Kegel, Hermann Christian Polster, K194, K275, K337, Kidney stones, Mezzo-Soprano (definition), Mitsuko Shirai, Mozart at 18, Mozart at 21, Mozart at 24, Operatic voice types (defined), Panera Bread, Rosemarie Lang, Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Leipzig, Rundfunkchor Lepizig, Salzburg (August 8 1774), Salzburg (late 1777), Salzburg (March 1780), Soprano (definition), Tenor (definition), Zen

Today (Saturday, March 20, 2010) we awoke to see snow had blanketed the ground in a grotesque parody of a late-December morning. I don’t mind snow in December. Especially late December. But I do object to it in late March. But to whom do I object? My cat? My wife? The meteorologist on TV? God? [...]

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