Mozart and Liszt classical music presentations

Great Music with Different Presentations

In the first example, you see a colorful display of beautiful nature scenes that complement the music and gives a visual impression of what the composer might have felt.

I love classical music. With Chromecast you could display songs like these on your television monitor. This is especially rewarding during the cold dark winter months when you can be encouraged by visual and acoustic beauty.


Serenade No. 13 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Liszt

In the second example, you have a teaching method, with mostly black and white photographs of the composer and a history of his life. This also is interesting as you learn more of the time period and place of the composer's inspiration. By seeing different ages of the person, you can get an overall sense of the complete picture of his or her life.

If you close your eyes on this last piece, you can almost see Bugs Bunny or the Road Runner, or Wily Coyote or mice scurrying in a cartoon.  How is that for a 'cultural moment'?

Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 Orchestra

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christopheranton 6 years ago from Gillingham Kent. United Kingdom

Excellent. Thanks for the music, especially the Liszt.


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billyaustindillon 6 years ago

Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 Orchestra is one of my favorite classical pieces - thanks for the selections.

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