Mozart: Mirth and Freedom in The Magic Flute

By |2016-03-14T19:47:27-05:00August 2nd, 2011|Categories: Culture, Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Tags: |

Wolfgang Mozart Indeed no words can better be used to describe Mozart’s music than “sublime” and “natural.” Beethoven is heroic, tragic—although at the end, he too can be sublime, with the autumnal serenity of a warrior turned contemplative; Bach erects his marvelously ornate cathedrals of sound—and occasionally he too passes into a timeless [...]