From the Library: Mozart and More

In today’s From The Library, Soliel Snook presents a pro­gramme that demon­strates the genius of Mozart — along with a selec­tion of pop­u­lar clas­si­cal works by Beethoven, JS Bach and oth­ers.

Wolf­gang Amadeus Mozart, (27 Jan­u­ary 1756 – 5 Decem­ber 1791) was a pro­lif­ic and influ­en­tial Aus­tri­an com­pos­er of the Clas­si­cal era. His more than 600 com­po­si­tions include works wide­ly acknowl­edged as pin­na­cles of sym­phon­ic, con­cer­tante, cham­ber, piano, oper­at­ic, and choral music, and he is among the most endur­ing­ly pop­u­lar of clas­si­cal com­posers.” (Wikipedia)

• From the Library is pro­duced by Radio Riel in con­junc­tion with the Cale­don Library in Sec­ond Life. Today’s pro­gramme was pro­duced by Soliel Snook.

For more infor­ma­tion on the Cale­don Library, cur­rent exhibits and the work of Sec­ond Life ref­er­ence libraries in gen­er­al, please vis­it the Cale­don Library Web site, or one of their loca­tions in-world.

You can lis­ten now at — the ide­al URL for you to use in your home par­cel media address in-world — or sim­ply vis­it any Cale­don Library branch in-world and press Play on your embed­ded music play­er.

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