Symphony Number 29 - Poem by gershon hepner
With Symphony Number 29
Mozart, drinking Haydn’s wine
that aged so well it never dated,
began to make us all intoxicated.
Introducing Mozart’s Symphony Number 29 in A Major (K.201) , Alan Chapman pointed out that it is the first of four symphonies in which Mozart showed his true maturity, influenced by an encounter in Vienna with Michael Haydn and an exposure to the works of Michael’s brother, Joseph.
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