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Did you upload the link,,, wouldn't open for me.   frown

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Open in a new tab and you'll see it!

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Video clip is   on YouTube    STEINERT HIGH SCHOOL JAZZ BAND.

ATROCIOUS  musical arrangement but the girl is allowed to warm up by 4:10.

Mark Wood Viper and keyboard amp and ..... is that a 5 string ?   6 ???

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Shes the Mozart 40 clip.

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I thought it sounded rather good to me. The rest of the orchestra kinda played a bit loud though.

That was Mozart's symphony #40, how many did the dude write ?    dunno

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I don't really know but those guys were paid by rich sponsors or the large churches so they had to knock out a lot of music so that the sponsors felt they were getting their money's worth and could boast of their superiority in the arts.

It just occurred to me that I own (CDs) ALL of Mozart's trios and quartets.  I might just check out the count for those. 

I love Mozart.  He has a rare sense of humor as does Handel.  However, this high school arrangement is embarrassing.

 

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Fiddlestix said
I thought it sounded rather good to me. The rest of the orchestra kinda played a bit loud though.

That was Mozart's symphony #40, how many did the dude write ?    dunno

From Wiki:

Mozart wrote not just the 41 symphonies reported in traditional editions, but up to 68 complete works of this type. However, by convention, the original numbering has been retained, and so his last symphony is still known as "No. 41". Some of the symphonies (K. 297, 385, 550) were revised by the author after their first versions.

Childhood symphonies (1764–1771)

These are the numbered symphonies from Mozart's early childhood.

There are also several "unnumbered" symphonies from this time period. Many of them were given numbers past 41 (but not in chronological order) in an older collection of Mozart's works (Mozart-Werke, 1877-1910, referred to as "GA"), but newer collections refer to them only by their entries in the Köchel catalogue. Many of these can not be completely established as being written by Mozart (see here).

Salzburg-era symphonies (1771–1777)

These symphonies are sometimes subcategorized as "Early" (1771–1773) and "Late" (1773–1777), and sometimes subcategorized as "Germanic" (with minuet) or "Italian" (without minuet). None of these were printed during Mozart's lifetime.

Although not counted as "symphonies" the three Divertimenti K. 136–138, in 3-movement Italian overture style, are sometimes indicated as "Salzburg Symphonies" too.

There are also several "unnumbered" symphonies from this time period that make use of music from Mozart's operas from the same time period. They are also given numbers past 41.

There are also three symphonies from this time period that are based on three of Mozart's serenades:

Late symphonies (1778–1791)

The three final symphonies (Nos. 39–41) were completed in about three months in 1788. It is quite likely that he hoped to publish these three works together as a single opus, although actually they remained unpublished until after his death. One or two of them might have been played in public in Leipzig in 1789.

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Inconceivable !!!

(Where are the composers of this magnitude today ?)

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Where do they find the inspiration for all of that, you know, and so it's like something that already exist? Classical composers amaze me!

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Necessity is the Mother of invention ?

Music was a job for most famous composers.  I wonder if that was a major influence on their productivity?    Yet. I have no doubt about their enormous talent to create at their level.

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