Thursday, 3 November 2005

Others who love Mozart

Tchaikovsky: “Mozart is the musical Christ.”

Bernard Shaw: Mozart’s was “the only music yet written that would not sound out of place in the mouth of God.”

Charles Gounod: “Mozart exists, and will exist, eternally; divine Mozart—less a name, more a soul descending to us from the heavens, who appeared on this earth, stayed for a little over thirty years, and left it all the more rejuvenated, richer and happier for his appearance.”

Victor Borge: “In my dreams of heaven, I always see the great Masters gathered in a huge hall in which they reside. Only Mozart has his own suite.”

Phil Goulding: “For one moment in the history of music all opposites were reconciled; all tensions resolved; that luminous moment was Mozart.”

Edvard Grieg: “In Bach, Beethoven and Wagner we admire principally the depth and energy of the human mind; in Mozart, the divine instinct.”

Franz Alexander von Kleist: “Mozart's music is so beautiful as to entice angels down to earth.”

Albert Einstein: “Mozart is the greatest composer of all. Beethoven created his music, but the music of Mozart is of such purity and beauty that one feels he merely found it—that it has always existed as part of the inner beauty of the universe waiting to be revealed.”

Georg Solti: “Mozart makes you believe in God.”

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