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    Ooooh ! Rock me amadeus (4)
    ppppunka Woof ppppunka woof woof (2)
    susususuperstar woof(4) susususuperstar
    Rock me amadeus (2) amadeus amadeus(4)

    Rock me up te ta ta p! (2)
    I had my punker(drink) under lips
    and the course(meal) to stardt
    just like V the verona alag' stradt!
    I had should not hav under tongue
    talkin with me under you frau'm
    Judas' priest mi kom' rock me amadeus!
    I was a superstar, i was popular
    I was exhalte' because i had the flair
    I am there to coz a rock your door
    alegiance priest mi kom' rock me amadeus!

    Ama deus sama deus! Amadeus!(3)
    Ho ho ho amadeus
    C'mon rock me amadeus!
    Ama deus sama deus! Amadeus!(3)
    Ho ho ho amadeus

    As well zibtan astika swazn ve'
    no plastic money in the mend function gign' ne
    frau swaz ve'should hav' kom verde bombay comes!
    Of what mother frau frau' deep designer punk'
    I was a superstar, i was popular
    I was exhalte' deeds cannot the stars are unfair
    I am there to coz a rock your door
    eyes of the huth mi kom' rock me amadeus!


    Ama deus sama deus! Amadeus!(3)
    Ho ho ho amadeus
    ccccC'mon rock me amadeus!
    Ama deus sama deus! Amadeus!(3)
    Ho ho ho amadeus

    Oh oh Ah! Ah Ah! (3)
    Rock me amadeus!
    ni sa dha ni sa
    ooooh oooh rock me amadeus!(3) rock rock
    vvvvendebar (3)
    Baby baby you are due to rock me(3)!
    ya ya yaeeeyah!
    Baby baby you are due to rock me(3)!
    ya ya yaeeeyah!
    Baby baby you are due to rock me(3)!
    ya ya yaeeeyah!
    Baby baby you are due to rock me(3)!
    ya ya yaeeeyah!
    yeaaaahyi yeaaahy yah

    hey hey hey hey....
    Oh oh ho! Oh oh ah! Kamika ryfi ayana ahhhhh yaaad tereh teh heh!

    Violin maestro:
    sah ni dha pa (dha ma)..sa sa sahni dha sa (ma pa), ni ni sa dha ni sa (dha pah)
    ni si sa sa ni dhi dha sa, ni si sa ni dh pa ma... pa ma ga (re) ni dhe pa ...pa ma ga re sa....!
    ni se sa ni dha, dha ni tha pa ma ga, dha pa ma ga...pa ma ga ni re sa!!!!
    Ni dh ta ni sa, ni dhe ta ni za, sa ni dha ni re pa ma ga ni sa ni re pa ma ga ni sa!

    Deus sa deus! amadeusa'(3)
    oh ho ho amadeus!
    Et tu ru ku
    Deus sa deus! amadeusa'(3)
    oh ho ho amadeus!
    thats right
    pretty felt style ex'
    ra en ta ta
    ra ki en chik
    amadeus!

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    The 1984 film Amadeus shot Mozart up in the consciousness of the general public and this 1985 song was supposedly inspired by that. People still think Salieri murdered Mozart and that Mozart was a silly immature person with a pink wig (like some kind of rebellious glam rock star or New Romantic pop star).

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    Quote Originally Posted by starry View Post
    The 1984 film Amadeus shot Mozart up in the consciousness of the general public and this 1985 song was supposedly inspired by that. People still think Salieri murdered Mozart and that Mozart was a silly immature person with a pink wig (like some kind of rebellious glam rock star or New Romantic pop star).
    Yup, unfortunately most people mistook the film for an actual biopic, which it wasn't, and wasn't intended to be either. One of the silliest things I ever saw was some or other commentator wondering if perhaps Mozart had Tourette's Syndrome. It would explain the silly giggles, you see...

    In 1985 I was young and had much less of a sense of humour than I do now, so when that pop song came out I found it highly offensive and disrespectful. Nowadays I find it easier to shrug off. :-)

    Young people are so damn serious all the time. Youth truly is wasted on the young. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianvds View Post
    Yup, unfortunately most people mistook the film for an actual biopic, which it wasn't, and wasn't intended to be either. One of the silliest things I ever saw was some or other commentator wondering if perhaps Mozart had Tourette's Syndrome. It would explain the silly giggles, you see...
    It sounds like he mistook it for a documentary

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    Maybe the good thing is that all this made Mozart even more appealing to the young, though the music should have been enough with it's fresh melodiousness. But making him out like an identifiable rebellious youth might have made him more exciting to some for whom classical music seemed a rather conservative forbidding environment.

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    I loved this track when I was young. My brother had the 12 inch. Awesome.
    The film is great fun and it made me go out and find full copies of Don Giovanni and the Requiem to enjoy and love for all time.
    So it's all good really.

    Except for the ingrained bitter hatred that I feel towards Salieri and all his kin from now until eternity. (joke)
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    What i think that johannes holzel' should have been alive to this day then he would had much to offer his beautiful music and voice!

    As i read about the play Don Giovanni http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Don_Giovanni . Its a spanish portugal christian dramatica, so the vocals are not clear for me. Old salieri in the movie tells a different story about the play relating it with mozart and his father coming from the grave to curse insult his son! So the movie mozart amadeus seems moreover refurbished just an exponential story teller for hearts like mixed up library books synopsis! Who might know that theme might be the same but mozart and salieri lived a simple aristocratic lifestyle under Byzantine kingdom !!!

    Or then salieri must have been a chamberlain!
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    As you might had seen Amadeus Mozart movie, i always think that this movie character portrayal seems something else like a coded movie script.
    http://ffilms.org//?s=amadeus+mozart

    Like what if mozart's mother anna maria mozart was infact queen of spain.(so the characters in this movie are of noble decent)
    Then with his aristocracy and lineage he was most favoured in veronabay, vienna and spain.

    Mozart's Father leopold mozart doesn't look spanish but maybe austrian noble courtier.

    The Byzantine Empire of 800 a.d. was founded by portugal and spain kingdom.

    The Byzantine Empire was precided over by austrio-hungary ruler named Emperor Joseph 2, while Archbishop Colloredo of vatican represented the church.

    Antonio Salieri then infact seems of portugal but have spainish upbringing(chamberlain- courtier).

    Count Orsini Rosenberg might be then of france.

    Kappelmeister bonno might be then of germany.

    Baron van swieten looks in napoleonic dress might be of belgium.

    Katarina Cavalieri might be then of prussian.

    Frau weber ( constanza mozart's mother) depiction looks of oldest christians might be spanish!

    Constanza mozart then is of spain.

    Emmanual Shnikaendar is depicted as german but his body language seems british! Might be indian british from ol' Byzantine Veronabay times!

    And lastly Herr Mozart himself his dad from austria and mother queen of spain, then perhaps he was considered austrian spaniard!

    So if herr mozart did some musical operas at Bombay Opera house in 800 a.d.? ( any history records)


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    I first thought it must have been a royal post office! The bombay opera house might had been razed in 14th century turnover!
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    ha ha ha

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    This scene i like the most of the movie... when salieri is in conversation with katarina!

    http://youtu.be/vCY4ryE9uFU

    Then there is lorl of czechoslovakia!

    http://youtu.be/sPngHl8KNV0

    So then who is remaining in this movie, yess father vogler of poland!
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    Kappelmeister bonno's dress seems like of luxembourgh!!!

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    WTF is all this Byzantine stuff about? Seriously. Have martians landed, or something? Bombay? Where? Wolfie? In the 8th century? Is this like that comic book, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, or something? Because it's getting odd and odder...
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    In the renaissance age of 1700 just after industrial revolution across globe saw the emergence of men's suits clothing and modern day women gowns! Even koreans and hong kong were wearing business suits in 1600s. The dresses portrayed in amadeus movie are monarch dresses whose remnants might had been seen in late 1690s but their origins must be dated back to 800 a.d. embroidery and laced! In the oldest black and white photographs of 1800 europe mostly civilians were all wearing woollen coats and suits. Only communities of bavaria and romania were the last ones wearing village dresses!
    In modern day funny that people have stopped wearing even suits! Nowdays people wear comic half pants and inners shirt as fashion statement!

    Also as i read more about Mozart i find many names pertaining similar to Bombay Veronabay like churni road, grant road, tardeo...etc these names are not of recent history of 1700 times but of very old times of 800 a.d.
    I was watching a indian program on tv where they showcased a remnants vintage house nearby bombay dated of 1200 a.d. and written in the name of englishman 'lector'.
    Byzantine kingdom arrived englishmen, german, spanish and prussian slavs in 500 a.d. laid the first bricks the founding stones!
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