Monday, January 10, 2011

How Mozart got his groove back

"Mozart: the image on a million Salzburg chocolates, the music at the end of a million call centre phones. One of Time magazine’s top 10 cultural figures of the millennium, Mozart probably has more CDs in the catalogue than any other classical composer, and from today is about to fill the airwaves as Radio 3 launches its complete broadcast of every note he wrote in his short life."

For the full story, please see the Telegraph.

1 comment:

violinhunter said...

Everyone knows that Mozart was very great indeed. What I would like to know is why he died dirt poor. THAT is the question.