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The "Mozart Effect": Hard Science or Hype
Mozart on spatial reasoning ability have become a popular topic. Some studies suggest that listening to Mozart has a short-term positive effect on spatial IQ.
Let's Go Mozart!
The National Arts Centre is proud to present Let's Go Mozart!: a teacher LISTEN to the double CD while following the Mozart Listening Guide.
The Mozart effect: Tracking the evolution of a scientific legend
the idea that exposure to classical music (especially the music of Mozart) improves intelligence.
Research Report
Abstract—The Mozart effect is the purported increase in spatial- reasoning performance immediately after exposure to a Mozart piano sonata.
1 MOZART AND THE MIND: FACTUAL AND FICTIONAL EFFECTS
The “Mozart effect,” a term coined by the Los Angeles Times, refers to the finding that college students who listened to the first ten minutes of a Mozart sonata (K.

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Mostly Mozart finale, Avery Fisher Hall, New York
By Martin Bernheimer The Mostly Mozart Festival was supposed to end with a bang over the weekend at Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center. Actually two bangs.
Music of Mozart showcased in Mercury Baroque concert
Mercury Baroque performers will play in an all-Mozart performance Sunday at The John Cooper School. In a twist on the typical orchestra, the performers of Mercury Baroque stand, offering visual interest when the musicians get into the music.
Muti bids arrivederci to opera in Salzburg with superior Verdi 'Macbeth'
No more gleaming stars of classical music illuminated Mozart's town this month than Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, although opera, theater and many concerts and recitals also packed the season, which ended on Tuesday.
New Faces Appear Amid All the Mozart
By ALLAN KOZINN The Mostly Mozart Festival has taken justifiable pride in its programming innovations in recent years, with this summer's focus on Stravinsky as a case in point. But the festival still maintains some of its more time-honored strengths.
2011 Token Creek festival premieres a Mozart might-have-been
I attended the performance on Saturday evening the 27th, presenting an all-Mozart menu, built around the work of familiar guest pianist Robert Levin.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 - Andante
Jan 14, 2008 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Piano Concerto No. 21 - . Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Symphony 40 in G min ...
The Mozart Project
Jul 20, 2007 The life, times and music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart News - The New York Times
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (b. Salzburg, 1756; d. 1791) was an Austrian composer, keyboard player, violinist, violist and conductor.
Mozart
Text and composition history of the requiem; other Mozart sacred music; Mozart links.

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