Re: Why do you copy articles from CNN?
by ADITYA PUROHIT on Aug 21, 2009 04:54 PM
I am an avid lover of western classical music and operas.
I was associated with Late Shri.Parag Trivedi and Dr.Anjan Ray of Subrang group for few years in taking leactures on appriciation of Western Classical Music in Mumbai at Alliance Fracoise and Max Muller.
I have a good collection of LPs, Cassettes of Western Classical Music and have a considerable knowledge of music of various composers of different period of musical history.
I dont have need to copy any article from CNN.
Try and appreciate an indian enthusiasts and music lovers of western classical music in Mumbai.
Our own AR Rahman is refered to as the asian Mozart. And Rahman himself said he's no where near Mozart's genius. Mozart understood and captured music like no one has done before or after and most of his pieces feel as if such divine music had always existed and that he had just found it from the universe rather than having made it by putting notes together. I've been playing mozart since childhood and i seem to enjoy the pieces better the more i listen to them. I'll list a few here that you might want to try listening to (just to get started) if you haven't listened to mozart yet
1. piano Concerto 20 Movment 1 & 2 2. Symphony 25 and 40 (no 25 is from where the Titan quartz tune was taken :)) 3. laudate dominum from vespere de dominica 4. Eine kline Nacht Musiek - a rather small charming piece 5. kyrie from the Requeim 6. piano Concerto 21 movments 1 & 2
that should do to get started.. and oh! do watch the movie Amadeus.
Re: to those who haven't listened to Mozart yet
by Anand athreyaa on Aug 20, 2009 01:46 PM
Nice msg. But just for record sake, calling A R Rahman as Mozart is the worst thing that can ever happen to Mozart, even worse than the bacteria that killed him. Mozart is way way ahead and he is the greatest. And among Indian composers, if we absolutely have to call someone as Mozart, then Illayaraja is the one who is the closest.
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (b.Salzburg, 27th January,1756; d.Vienna, 5th December,1791)was one of the greatest composer,the Western Classical Music has given to us.
There are still various thoughts given about his reason of death. Trichinosis ( A paracytic Disease caused by eating an uncooked food),Mercury Posioning, Influenza. But to date, the most accepted one is he died of acute Rhumatic Fever. Its a inflamattory disease developed in 2-3 weeks after Streptococcal infection which can affects heart, joints,skin or brain depending upon the severity of bacterial infection.