Mozart Vs Beethoven | Simply The Best Classical Music Masterpieces Ever

Mozart Vs Beethoven | Simply The Best Classical Music Masterpieces Ever

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00:00:00 – Mozart Marriage of Figaro
00:04:06 – Beethoven Coriolan Overture
00:12:31 – Mozart Magic Flute Overture
00:19:17 – Beethoven Egmont Overture
00:28:23 – Mozart Violin Concerto No.3 (2 Mvt)
00:36:25 – Beethoven Violin Concerto 1 Mvt
01:00:55 – Beethoven Violin Concerto 2 Mvt
01:10:57 – Beethoven Violin Concerto 3 Mvt
01:21:21 – Mozart Symphony No.40 1 Mvt
01:27:25 – Mozart Symphony No.40 2 Mvt
01:35:06 – Mozart Symphony No.40 3 Mvt
01:39:45 – Mozart Symphony No.40 4 Mvt
01:44:35 – Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 1 Mvt
01:50:11 – Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 2 Mvt
01:52:22 – Beethoven Piano Sonata Moonlight 3 Mvt
02:00:36 – Mozart Clarinet Concerto 1 Mvt
02:13:02 – Mozart Clarinet Concerto 2 Mvt
02:20:35 – Mozart Clarinet Concerto 3 Mvt
02:29:27 – Beethoven Piano Concerto “Emperor” 1 Mvt
02:48:32 – Beethoven Piano Concerto “Emperor” 2 Mvt
02:55:33 – Beethoven Piano Concerto “Emperor” 3 Mvt
03:04:51 – Mozart Sonata No.18 1 Mvt
03:08:25 – Mozart Sonata No.18 2 Mvt
03:13:01 – Mozart Sonata No.18 3 Mvt
03:17:14 – Beethoven Sonata No.8 “Pathetique” 1 Mvt
03:24:21 – Beethoven Sonata No.8 “Pathetique” 2 Mvt
03:29:25 – Beethoven Sonata No.8 “Pathetique” 3 Mvt
03:34:05 – Mozart Fantasia D-Moll
03:49:59 – Mozart String Quartet no. 19 in C major ‘Dissonant’, K. 465

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart  had a powerful influence on the works of Ludwig van Beethoven . Beethoven held Mozart in high regard; some of his music recalls Mozart’s, he composed several variations on Mozart’s themes and he modeled a number of his compositions on those of the older composer.
Even after his death, Mozart’s influence was apparent in the works of Beethoven. For example, Beethoven copied a passage from Mozart’s 40th Symphony into the sketchbook he was using when he composed his Fifth Symphony, the third movement of which opens with a theme similar to one from the Mozart. Charles Rosen sees Mozart’s C minor Piano Concerto, K. 491, as a model for Beethoven’s 3rd Piano Concerto in the same key,[16] the Quintet for Piano and Winds, K. 452, for Beethoven’s quintet for the same instruments, Op. 16,[17] and the A major String Quartet, K. 464, for Beethoven’s A major String Quartet Op. 18 No. 5.[17] Robert Marshall sees Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 14 in C minor, K. 457, as the model for Beethoven’s “Pathétique” Sonata, Op. 13, in the same key.
Beethoven wrote cadenzas (WoO 58) to the first and third movements of Mozart’s D minor piano concerto, K. 466, and four sets of variations on themes by Mozart:
• on “Se vuol ballare” from The Marriage of Figaro, for piano and violin, WoO 40 (1792–3);
• on “Là ci darem la mano” from Don Giovanni, for two oboes and cor anglais, WoO 28 (?1795);
• on “Ein Mädchen oder Weibchen” from The Magic Flute, for piano and cello, Op. 66 (?1795);
• on “Bei Männern welche Liebe fühlen” from the same opera, for piano and cello, WoO 46 (1801).[19]
Quite late in his career Beethoven paid homage to Mozart by making a quotation from Don Giovanni (the opening notes of Leporello’s aria ‘Notte e giorno faticar’) the basis of the 22nd of the Diabelli Variations.

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14 Replies to “Mozart Vs Beethoven | Simply The Best Classical Music Masterpieces Ever”

  1. Both wonderful, trained with Haydn, but different. It's too bad that at most B may have seen M once or twice and they apparently never actually met. I've been flying small sailplanes and spiraling up on rising air is for me "playing Mozart". Setting off on a distance flight knowing you'll either get to an airport or land in a field is "Beethoven".

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