Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Music: An Art and a Language - Reading Together - Mozart
"Any familiarity with Mozart's works will convince us of the gratitude we owe him for his original harmonies, for the stimulating contrapuntal texture and for the perfect finish and care for detail found therein."
(location 1645, Kindle Edition)
"But Mozart, coming after Haydn's definite establishment of the Sonata-form and with the growing interest of the public in instrumental music for its own sake as an incentive, could take advantage of these circumstances to display his genius and to delight his hearers with a piece of genuine music."
(location 1764, Kindle Edition)
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