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When you want inspiration, it’s natural to turn to Mozart’s seemingly endless store of gorgeous melodies. Lang and the London Festival players keep the lines clear and the tempos brisk during uptempo highlights like Serenade no. 13 in G major and Figaro’s Overture. The subtle ingenuity of Mozart’s lyricism can be found in the more pensive entries, too, like the Andante from Piano Concerto no. 23. Instrumental pieces dominate the first half, but excerpts from Don Giovanni and his Requiem complete the set, ensuring an energetic boost from Mozart's vocal works.

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I've become clever

I don't know what these other reviewers are missing. I was a complete moron at about 9 O'Clock this morning. Then I listened about half of Don Giovanni and found I had developed a degree of common sense by about lunchtime. After 20 mins of Serenade in G Major I began to master the art of conversation and after dinner speaking. By late evening I had completed a symphony of my own and begun a treatise on quantum mechanics. I think you're just not listening hard enough.

Love Mozart? - Love this!

'Mozart for Brain Power', sadly increased from £3.14 to £7.99, remains a lovely album. Boasting (unfortunately incomplete) extracts from 'Don Giovanni' (the greatest opera ever written), two complete and enchanting piano concertos, and a lively orchestrated 'rondo alla turca'. A positive winner as an introduction to Mozart! The jury's out on the increased IQ affects of Mozart, but you'll be better off for having enjoyed this timeless music!


I enjoy to read all comments below. One make me laugh is fun, no?
Please I forbid my self moral hi ground.
This my opinion & experience only..
reader beware.. cave!

brain power & music + toil & diligence
talent & idleness verus: low wattage bulbs (spectacularly politically incorrectly)
left lit & of old fashion design :D

* deaf i teach to sing
* tone deaf I teach perfect tone(s) by degrees by skeletal vibration
* music I teach to those who austic: chose dumb, but music lead them to talk at all
* art therapy a wonder; music does it better
* many many children I teach music to within 6 months school reports are better
* many adults I teach, may not get promotion they think they good for, but lead happier lives
share make music wiv kids, not watch TV. Join bands their kids are proud of; get to play
special apperance occasionally
* go Cambridge Festival play beyond my talent & instruction .. music just for fun
* not for fame & fortune, though some may yet but wise enough & instructed so
& never forget mus.i.can's prayer: omg let's seek truth & beauty; deliver us from those who think they found it:D

And mother's now, student still but mumfirst:D .. canot wait for toddler to pick up first uke, or drum stick. Listen Mozart, pastorale, Karl Jenkins.. all fine music .. student in womb.

Paradiddle an 18mth child learn love it.. .; on her pastic colour bowls she play it
smile & learn rhythmic words to tap it chees i bur.gher bur.gher chees y
talk damn fast too.. hide drumstix away

Mozart, why not?
he a child genius.. punk rocker of Vienna or where ever
kids love him .. love music

not met one who fail at school or private studies

I teach 42 years
teach still
be cause it need to be done for survival
& a better life for my grandchild's great grand children one day
her name pebble by the way
may mean lens you polish .. made to focus

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  • £3.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2008

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