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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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Brain Power

I don't care what anyone says this music is good to study by and I listen to it just about every time I am writing. I find that classical is about the only thing I can use to help quell all the other chatter and help me get focused. This album is perfect for my brain. I highly recommend it.

Perfect for the classroom

In my grade 5 classroom, when the music is on there is no is a time for independent work. The kids love it, and for many of them, it will be some of their only exposure to classical music. 57 songs? What a wonderful deal for beautiful music in the classroom...

Regarding Debunked

Kudos to you teachers for trying new things and spending your own money on it! Who cares what the research says about brain power and Mozart. You are exposing students to new things, adding culture to their lives, and teaching music appreciation. Classical music is good for the soul!

Perhaps some nay sayers should be listening to more classical music to increase their dopamine levels creating a more pleasant, less critical demeanor.......Yikes!

BTW: a very good deal for a quality album. :)

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Mozart for Brain Power, Ferdinand Lang
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  • $5.99
  • Genres: Classical, Music
  • Released: Jan 01, 2008

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