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Where can I listen to this variation of Rondo Alla Turka on TwoSet Violin's YouTube video?

You're probably looking for this: Street Piano: Mozart Alla Turca Jazz by Fazil Say (Version by AyseDeniz) This is a version by Ayşedeniz Gökçin, who is a Turkish classical pianist. If you search ...
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Mozart - the magic flute - did the story have a dragon or a snake?

In the opera Tamino is pursued by an enormous serpent or snake, which is then killed by the attendants of the Queen of the Night. The exact nature of the beast is not relevant to the rest of the story,...
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Mozart as a Freemason

The question is so full of misconceptions & misinformation that it cannot be answered as it stands. Mozart was not buried in a pauper's grave. He was buried in a common grave, as was the custom ...
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Score for Musette in C Major

Number 23 in the IMSLP version. https://imslp.org/wiki/Notebook_for_Wolfgang_(Mozart%2C_Leopold)
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Score for Musette in C Major

Found it! Notebook for Wolfgang
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Mozart - the magic flute - did the story have a dragon or a snake?

Taminos first few lines are: Zu Hilfe! Zu Hilfe! sonst bin ich verloren, / der listigen Schlange zum Opfer erkoren – Here this is translated to Help me! oh, help me! or I am lost / condemned as ...
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As a performer, was Mozart primarily a pianist or a violinist?

Assuming you're talking of W.A Mozart, Clavier Mozart was known as a performer primarily for his Clavier playing, and that was indeed his first instrument (arguably beginning to play at the age of 3, ...
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Mozart piece in a jazz version

This is based on the first movement of Mozart's Piano Sonata no.11 in A (K.331/300i).
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Trying to identify Carlos Kleiber recording of Mozart/Beethoven with lots of applause at the end for funeral music

According to Wikipedia, Kleiber did not record much, but Beethovens symphony #7 (live recording from 1982) is among these. In my opinion the second movement from that might fit better for a funeral ...
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Trying to identify Carlos Kleiber recording of Mozart/Beethoven with lots of applause at the end for funeral music

Ok, think I have found the answer to this question so posting it here, but if anyone else finds another possiblity then I would be interested to hear it... The recording may be Beethoven's 6th ...
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