3 thoughts to “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Violin Concert No.3 in G major, K.216 (28 mins)”

  1. Mozart’s music is always of lighter heart than the master composer’s. It amazes me at the genius required to scribe it down on a score sheet! The sweet delivery of the violin is always enhanced by the sweet appearance of the musician – and what must have been Mozart’s disposition is conveyed by both. (The Pope’s sour expression captured on the video seems out-of-touch with the music.)
    Darker and more serious dispositions are better enhanced by Beethoven (the master) because of his historic circumstances. Obviously, comparisons are confined to the parameters of two geniuses. This Mozart concerto gives a lighter finale to the Darkmoon trilogy of this morning’s presentations. ☺

  2. I love Mozart’s music. In fact I have everything he composed, including his Masonic Music, which I find not very uplifting. As for the rest so beautiful it gives me goosebumps whenever I listen to it! Gilbert, you’re right it’s music of the light. Thanks Lasha for putting this up!

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