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Was Amadeus Poisoned?

Is it not just another April Fool’s prank?!

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Symphony No. 25 in G minor (K.183)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: A Little Night Music (Eine kleine Nachtmusik)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Marriage of Figaro – Cinque, dieci, venti
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Don Giovanni – Overture
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Don Giovanni – La cidarem la mano
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor, K. 466 – II. Romance
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Six German Dances, K. 509, No. 1

Ádám Bősze – host

Conducted by: András Vass

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In Miloš Forman’s movie ″Amadeus″, we find ourselves  – or rather, Mozart – on the boundary of fiction and reality, narrated by his rival, Salieri, who goes mad after killing the greatest composer of this day from petty jealousy. But how does a ″biographical film″ depict the great composer? When does it cheat a bit, and when a great deal? When can the spectator laugh, and when does the director laugh into the spectator's face? Was Mozart's laughter really so maddening? One question after the other. Forman's work stands out both as a portrait of a brilliant composer and as a movie. Ádám Bősze’s presentation will focus on the cinematic masterpiece primarily from a music historical perspective; it doesn't turn a blind eye to its inaccuracies or its tongue-in-cheek wit. The music pieces featured in ″Amadeus″ are performed by the musicians of the Pannon Philharmonic.



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