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  1. Organ (music) - Wikipedia

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    The organ is a relatively old musical instrument, dating from the time of Ctesibius of Alexandria (285–222 BC), who invented the water organ. It was played throughout the Ancient Greek and Ancient Roman world, particularly during races and games.

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    • Mozart: Adagio and Fugue in C Minor, K. 546; Bryan Dunnewald, Organ
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    • Mozart - Organ Works - Adagio In C Major KV 536 (617a)
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    • MOZART - SYMPHONY No.40 (ORGAN SOLO) TAIWAN NATIONAL CONCERT HALL
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  2. Adagio and Allegro in F minor for a mechanical organ, K. 594

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    Although Mozart intended the piece to be played on a mechanical clockwork organ, he wished later that it could be played on a conventional organ. In a letter to his wife Constanze dated "3rd October, 1790", he wrote, "If it were on a large clock-work with a sound like an organ, I'd be glad to do it; but as it is a thing made up of tiny pipes ...

  3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wikipedia

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the Classical period. Born in Salzburg , in the Holy Roman Empire , Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood.

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  5. Organ repertoire - Wikipedia

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    The organ repertoire is considered to be the largest and oldest repertory of all musical instruments. Because of the organ's prominence in worship in Western Europe from the Middle Ages on, a significant portion of organ repertoire is sacred in nature. The organ's suitability for improvisation by a single performer is well adapted to this liturgical role and has allowed many blind organists to achieve fame; it also accounts for the relatively late emergence of written compositions for the instru

  6. List of compositions by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wikipedia

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    Sacred music. Mozart's sacred music is mainly vocal, though also instrumental examples exist, like the Sonate da Chiesa for 2 violins, double bass and organ, composed between 1767 and 1780. His sacred music presents a rich stylistic mosaic: Gregorian choral elements meet rigorous counterpoint, and even operatic elements can sometimes emerge. Stylistic unity and consistency is present over all his sacred music work.

  7. Mozart: Organ Music - Brilliant Classics

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    Described by the composer himself as ‘the king of instruments’, the organ and its music form a small but not insignificant part of Mozart’s vast œuvre. This new release, performed by acclaimed Italian organist Ivan Ronda, comprises all of his major works for the instrument, including the extended Adagio and Rondo in C minor and the small-scale works from the London Sketchbook.

  8. Mozart: Organ Music (Full Album) - YouTube

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    Tracklist below. Online purchase or streaming (Spotify, iTunes, Amazon Music, Deezer, Google Play): https://brilliant-classics.lnk.to/MozartOganMusic More In...

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  9. Church Sonatas (Mozart) - Wikipedia

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote seventeen Church Sonatas ( sonata da chiesa ), also known as Epistle Sonatas, between 1772 and 1780. These are short single-movement pieces intended to be played during a celebration of the Mass between the Epistle and the Gospel. Three of the sonatas include more orchestral scoring including oboes, horns, trumpets and timpani and the rest are scored for organ and strings (with no violas).

  10. Mozart family grand tour - Wikipedia

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    The Mozart children were not alone as 18th-century music prodigies. Education writer Gary Spruce refers to hundreds of similar cases, and cites that of William Crotch of Norwich who in 1778, at the age of three, was giving organ recitals.

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