As we enter a season of darker days and longer, colder nights, we look for ways to warm our souls from within. Add some wintertime joviality to your season with our winter classical playlist! It’s perfect for an evening curled up by the fire or a weekend afternoon with a good book and a warm cup of tea.
Mozart rides in a car for the second time. This time he’s in the back seat terrorizing the driver. And no, he doesn’t care if that’s safe or not.
Mozart gets up to strange activities sometimes, and this video certainly speaks for itself. Visit our YouTube Channel for more of Mozart Does Stuff!
All sorts of crazy happens when Mozart rides in a car for the first time. More from Mozart on our YouTube Channel!
The most virtuosic shower you’ve ever seen. Watch more of Mozart’s antics on our YouTube Channel!
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You have likely never considered the similarities between Michael Jackson and Mozart. And given that they were born centuries apart and therefore have completely different musical styles, why *would* you have considered these two virtuosi to be similar? Despite the many years between them, the resemblance between Mozart and Michael Jackson is uncanny. Both were… Continue reading Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Michael Jackson of the 18th Century
Location isn’t usually important in film comedies the way say, Los Angels is vital to dramas like Chinatown or Chicago to action-thrillers like The Fugitive. Comedies trade in laughs and laughs come from people and situations and animals with digestive ailments. Places don’t crack us up. Then why do I never forget that one of… Continue reading Classical Music and Cinema: Mozart and “Trading Places”
This week’s self esteem-busting trivia text message chronicled the fact that Mozart wrote over 30 symphonies between the age of 8 and 19. Crazy talk, right? Right. Another fun fact. His birth name was super long! Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart. Yup. Below is an excerpt from Mozart’s Symphony No. 1, written at the age… Continue reading This Week’s Trivia: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart