Interesting facts about classical music

Modern music that we love so much, much borrowed from the European classical school. Even European classics actually created the foundations for the music of the twentieth century. The musical language used by modern composers, owes its origin to an academic school. The basis of many popular themes often have a classic. The concert season of the Philharmonic in full swing, and I strongly recommend how to dress up and go out. Meanwhile, in order to tune in to good music, we have prepared for you some interesting facts about composers and classical works.

it’s Never too late to start Tchaikovsky was a genius, can’t argue with that. But, in contrast to Mozart, who at age 8 already toured with concerts in Europe, the composer began his musical career in a much more Mature age. As a civil servant, Tchaikovsky with great enthusiasm attended Opera in his spare time, and only in 1861, when the future composer was 21, he decided to go on courses for beginners. Courses were soon transformed into the Conservatory, which is “the best melodist” with success and finished.

Only in the more Mature age of the head of the “Mighty Handful” I began to devote more time to music. Borodin was a great worker in all areas of their lives, and it is to him we owe the phrase “Everything we have, we owe only to themselves”.

Mozart “Requiem for a dream,” Yes, many believe that the theme to the famous film belongs to Mozart. Or Beethoven. Or Wagner. What the hell is the difference? However, Mozart wrote the same Requiem, which eventually became his latest creation. Audiophiles with a fine shower organization is the product of listening to work — Mozart wrote it while dying, and listen to the last words of a genius is very difficult, especially since as you write “Requiem” the composer was getting worse. Like many masterpieces, “Requiem” was written to order. A “Man in black”, which later turned out to be a young count who loves to usurp other people’s works, ordered from the composer’s mass for the dead.

The Complexity for the weak Ludwig van Beethoven — a brilliant composer and a truly great personality. His works are known all over the world, and without doubt we can say that he is a figure of the magnitude of Mozart, Haydn and Bach. But not everyone knows that the young Ludwig did not give hope in music. On the contrary, one of his teachers in the hearts of called him a dumbass, which is nothing will never learn. However, the teacher obviously got excited. Further, in the age of 30, Beethoven developed that led eventually to the fact that the composer was completely deaf. Beethoven’s whole life was tough, sullen man, but after illness, he completely closed himself. Surprisingly, in this period the composer wrote his most famous stuff.

War music is not a barrier survived the siege of Leningrad. And not just survived, but continued to write. 7th Symphony, which is perhaps the most famous theme of the composer, was written in the period from 1942 to 1943, the author Himself often said that the 7th Symphony is dedicated to the fight against a totalitarian regime as such, not only fascist, but it became a symbol of the struggle of the people of Leningrad against the German invaders. Grow, listen to good music and smile often! PS Before listening to a classical concert in the Philharmonie is highly recommended to visit the buffet in order to have a hundred and fifty red and eat a sandwich with caviar. This procedure will set you on the right wave and you will have a great time.

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