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Het is 1763. De muzikale familie Mozart is op tournee door Europa en reist per koets langs de belangrijkste hoven van Europa. Het is een vermoeiend Nannerl, las soeur de Mozarten uitputtend leven maar het succes is groot. De adel vergaapt zich aan het wonderbaarlijke talent van de 12-jarige Wolfgang, die steeds bekender wordt. Hij wordt begeleid door zijn vijf jaar oudere zus Nannerl. Zij is ook een muzikaal talent en heeft haar ouders als jong kind versteld doen staan met haar magistrale vioolspel. Nu haar broer bekender wordt, moet Nannerl tevreden zijn met haar rol van begeleidster. Als haar vader haar beveelt te stoppen met het spelen van de viool, wat gezien wordt als een mannelijk domein, is dat voor het meisje moeilijk te accepteren. Wanneer ze kennis maakt met prinses Louise van Frankrijk en via haar de Dauphin kan ontmoeten, krijgt ze toch een kans haar muzikale talenten tot uitvoering te brengen. Maar in het Europa van de 18e eeuw is het voor een jonge vrouw onmogelijk om een muzikale carrière op te bouwen. Verkleed als man weet ze echter toegang te krijgen tot Versailles en de Dauphin....
1 Dec 2011
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Adapted from Peter Schaffer’s play, the script modulates from moment of great comedy to desperate sadness. The story is told in flashback by Salieri, who now resides in a mental asylum and has just had a failed suicide attempt. As a sympathetic priest listens to his tale, Salieri recounts his traumatic and disturbing tale. The direction of Milos Forman is wonderful, both restrained and indulgent, it captures the many sides of the composing industry as well depicting the sadness of the human condition. The fact that the film is so historically inaccurate does not matter a jot. Rather than attempt to paint a vivid picture of Mozart’s life, Forman instead goes for a painting of jealousy, and in doing so, he has achieved his masterpiece. The title, Mozart’s middle name, Amadeus, translates to “Loved by God”, and Salieri spends the whole film opining as to why it is Mozart who chooses to be loved, not him. Mozart, who seemingly has no appreciation of his massive talent, and chooses to piss and debauch his life away rather than making the most of it. And this is the central message of Amadeus: hard as it is to accept, sometimes it is those that deserve it the least are blessed the most. With the images of the movie three pieces of his music by Waldo de los Ríos (1934-1977), Argentine composer, conductor and arranger: 1)First mouvement (Molto allegro) of the Symphony No. 40 recorded with the Manuel de Falla orchestra, which reached the top spot in the Dutch charts and scored a top 10 hit in several other European countries. 2) Fourth movement (Rondo Allegro) of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" 3)Aria “Voi che sapete” of “Le nozze di Figaro” sung by Naria Lalanne
5 Mar 2012
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Bonito requiem de Mozart con fotos impactantes
30 Mar 2012
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Mozart La Para FT Farruko Si Te Pego El Cuerno
14 May 2012
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When I play the keyboard, my baby boy just listens and looks at me. This time we turned the positions!
11 Sep 2006
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Memory & Imagination: New Pathways to the Library of Congress - Documentary available on DVD - Metacafe Clip Authorized by MLF - Michael Lawrence Films - *******www.mlfilms****/
4 Jan 2007
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cores303 playing clavecin with bass station
18 Mar 2007
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"The discovery of the recorder" - a musical theatrical show performed in the sinagogue of Genoa with Eyal Lerner as a soloist on the sopranino and a group of 15 young israeli recorder players.
22 Jun 2007
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Michele Pertusi
22 Jun 2007
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23 Oct 2008
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Express yourself with Touch Experience
16 Dec 2008
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desolé il y a une faute au lieu de qu'on dit de libertine c Candide Libertine et je ne peu pa changer la video dslé
28 Jan 2009
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Free educative public domain gerna music. This music has a wonderful bass section specially heard by people and pupils with sudden deafness or SNHL. The use of any copyrighted material is used under the guidelines of the fair use in title 17 and 107 of the United States code, such material remains the copyright of the original holder and is used here for the purpose of education, comparison and criticism only. No infringement of copyright is intended.
26 Sep 2009
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Great tips for parents who want to introduce their children to musical instruments.
10 Nov 2009
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Fun ideas for making your own instruments at home!
20 Dec 2009
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