- What makes Mozart's music so great? Let's see, huh…I guess that it is because it does not succumb to overly-Romantic tendencies. It retains an Apollonian classical detachment. At least, that's how I rationalize it. Look at me, I'm digging Mozart! Yeah, man, I'm really getting' into it! See me dancing?
Who says Mozart's music is great or any composer's music is great? What makes a composer's music stand out as great? Is there a greatness committee? Why Mozart? Why not Tubin?
I had a can of greatfruit and orange slices. Now THAT was great!!
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What makes Mozart's music grate? The same thing that makes cheese grate: a sharp grater and a little elbow grease!
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"The way out is through the door. Why is it that no one will use this method?"
"In Spring! In the creation of art it must be as it is in Spring!" -Arnold Schoenberg
"As long as avocados do not increase in price, I don't care." -Me
Okay, forum dwellers. What would you do if I gave you the secret answer as to why Mozart's music is so great? You must promise me not to use the secret to become another one of the great composers. Can you do that? Can you promise me? Otherwise, I will simply bury the secret under the deepest sub-forum I can find on TC.
Beethoven, Bach, Mozart and Goldstein doesn't sound that good anyway.
While I'm waiting for responses, I'm off for some cheerios & milk; some Whole-y Gruel.
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