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"More than 200 musicians & singers have participated in Mozart in Egypt 2, bringing together peoples from Europe and the Middle-East - a symphonic orchestra conducted by the Bulgarian maestro Deyan Pavlov, singers of international repute such as Amira Selim (soprano), a classical choir from Sofia, classical soloists such as Youenn Le Berre (flute) (who has already appeared in O’Stravaganza), and Oswaldo Calo (piano), Caire’s Ensemble, and several Eastern musicians, including Henri Agnel , one of the foremost specialist of Middle-Eastern music.

This is Mozart as you have never heard it before."

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Thank you for sharing Mozart in Egypt.
I was not really familiar with that particular piece, although I have listened and like a lot of Mozart's music.

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"More than 200 musicians & singers have participated in Mozart in Egypt 2, bringing together peoples from Europe and the Middle-East - a symphonic orchestra conducted by the Bulgarian maestro Deyan Pavlov, singers of international repute such as Amira Selim (soprano), a classical choir from Sofia, classical soloists such as Youenn Le Berre (flute) (who has already appeared in O’Stravaganza), and Oswaldo Calo (piano), Caire’s Ensemble, and several Eastern musicians, including Henri Agnel , one of the foremost specialist of Middle-Eastern music.

This is Mozart as you have never heard it before."


Brigid Brophy, in her fine study, Mozart the Dramatist, points out the origins of Masonic practices in the Eleusinian mysteries and Orphic myths of the ancient world. She documents the libretto's heavy debt to The Life of Sethos, a novel published in Paris in 1731 by the abb‚ Jean Terrasson. Purporting to be a translation from an ancient Greek source, this book recounts the initiation of its Egyptian hero into the mysteries of Isis. As Ms. Brophy points out, "Terrasson does not (but then one would not expect him to) explicitly connect his Isiac mysteries with Masonry; indeed, it is possible that the real influence was the other way about and the Masons borrowed hints for their own ritual from Terrasson's fictionalized Egypt."

http://www.masonmusic.org/mozart.html

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Hi and a big big big welcome Pianist!

Make yourself at 0m, I mean Make your self feel at home hear! Or here! he he..

How wonderful that you brought this topic back by replying.. you've reminded me that oops! The original link has died, not my fault of course, but then again.. I should share new links!

I just put "mozart in egypt free download" into Google..

This page:

http://mp3skull.com/mp3/mozart_in_egypt.html

Made me sign up, and I now have downloaded a 6.1MB file! Nice!

http://www.last.fm/music/Mozart+In+Egypt

Gave me the picture I'm attaching. I'm ever so pleased you have asked about this! Mozart is amazing, sometimes his music flows so gracefully you think he wasn't a workhorse but..

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From http://www.qotd.org/search/search.html?aid=5057

It is a mistake to think that the practice of my art has become easy to me.... No one has given so much care to the study of composition as I. There is scarcely a famous master in music whose works I have not frequently and diligently studied.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
There you have it from the master! And you, dearestestest Pianist, have generated all this great Mozartian wisdom!

I've been working on a few songs of his that I can share with you:

http://webpageexperience.com/book3/Mozart21stPC41.mp3
http://webpageexperience.com/book3/Mozart21stPC41.mid
http://webpageexperience.com/book3/Mozart21stPC41.pdf

http://webpageexperience.com/b...LaudateDominum25.mid
http://webpageexperience.com/b...LaudateDominum25.pdf

Now you've also reminded me.. hm.. I should make a nice small mp3 of Laudate Dominum! There is also:

http://webpageexperience.com/book2/Clarinet12.mid
http://webpageexperience.com/book2/Clarinet13.pdf

That should be enough to keep you busy.. playing marvelous genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart music! Let me and us know if you find any more Mozart in Egypt too! Clap

You have made my day Pianist! More and more Mozart goodies to play and enjoy! Ahh.. PEACE - of music! Cloud9

Love and *LIGHT* *BEING*,
Teom
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Have the heart of a gypsy, and the dedication of a soldier -Beethoven in Beethoven Lives Upstairs

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