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Mozart and the King - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellen Moody
48:56
It's very beautiful and starts slow.
Geraldine Ostrove
01:02:29
Sounded more orchestral, with high parts (violins) taking the lead and being accompanied by the lower ones.
Lisa Leff
01:13:42
I live in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 😉
Geraldine Ostrove
01:27:05
"K" stands for Koechel, the person who listed Mozart's works into a catalog arranged chronologically. Each entry contains information about that work. and the music of the work's opening measures.
Marion Connell
01:37:52
Nancy, Please let us know if you have a concert coming up this fall or winter.
Richard R. Palmer
01:42:18
Nancy: When was the famous meeting between him an Haydn? Some time earlier as I recall. I assume they “learned” from each other, but presumably what WAM “learned” continued to be reflected…. Is there still some influence as late as the Prussian? And what if any?
Geraldine Ostrove
01:42:36
Please explain your use of opus numbers for Mozart.
Charles Wayne
01:48:24
What is your hand-held audio device?
Geraldine Ostrove
01:51:31
Hooray Interference!
Denise Liebowitz
01:57:34
December 1783
Marion Connell
01:59:59
Thanks very much, Nancy.
Linda R
02:00:14
Thank you!!!