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By Alfred Evans on April 7, 2016

A father of two. My job has me travel the world with my family.

Very clear between melody and accompaniment. Emphasizes grace and elegance, balance and symmetry. But, the same symmetry makes Mozart's music a little bit predictable and dull at times. However, relative to Baroque music, or any other music for that matter, Mozart's music is easier to appreciate for anyone as long as you can listen, which is why Einstein said Mozart's rhythm is "so pure that it seemed to have been ever-present in the universe, waiting to be discovered by the master."

In fact, Mozart's music is very diverse. It can be formulaic, but it can also be highly emotional and violent. Listening to recordings of Mozart, it's not clear just how hard it is to make all that music sound so easy and effortless. Mozart's genius lies in the fact that he was able to write in such a way that every note seems to belong perfectly in its place. He was able to make complex and surprisingly emotional ideas appear so simple, without a single superfluous note. Moreover, Mozart had composed for pretty much every instrument. You cannot say the same for most other prominent composers out there.


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