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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart — Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - Allegro
Album: Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Avg rating:
8.9

Your rating:
Total ratings: 1772









Released: 1787
Length: 5:38
Plays (last 30 days): 2
(Instrumental)
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 JasondotG wrote:

Seriously doubt this CD came out in 1787, pretty sure they were still using 8 Track back then.



I think this is a cover.
235 years later still rocking, that Mozart surely knew how to compose bangers
From City of Dreams to Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. Bowing down to genius in action, whether Bill or Rebecca
 pablo2165 wrote:

Bernais, do you still have any of those delicious raisins left?


Don't be saucy with me, Bernaise...

Bernais, do you still have any of those delicious raisins left?
way to mix it up RP!
Pardon me.  Would you have any Grey Poupon.
 ziggytrix wrote:
Scolari you prick!


 cosmicjoe wrote:





 JasondotG wrote:

Seriously doubt this CD came out in 1787, pretty sure they were still using 8 Track back then.



Cheeky
Whoa, awkward transition from the Wilbury's Last Night! Or is that Jeff Lynne on bass?
A Little Love...A Little Night Music. 

Bill Leaves us these crumbs to follow his trail. Cute. 
 a_geek wrote:

I'd say Bach would be a very strong competitor. ;)



and Beethoven
 cely wrote:

Love the low ratings.  Where's the bass?  No drums?  Good melody but weak delivery.



Maybe more cowbell?
 RKeaton wrote:

You can't dance to Mozart.



It certainly does not induce you to shake your booty.
I"d like to hear more of this type of thing here.
omfg Goodbye Geoffrey Drake by Graffiti6 to this: MINDBLOWING!!! Just what I needed to start my morning. Thanks Bill & Rebecca!
 cosmicjoe wrote:





Vinyl for sure man!
 JasondotG wrote:

Seriously doubt this CD came out in 1787, pretty sure they were still using 8 Track back then.



Tuesday Afternoon --> this. Somehow I missed the sunset.
When seen live, the violins, violas, and cellos are just sawing furiously!  An aspect to live music that I really appreciate.
See also Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro, K.492 / Act 1 -  The Overture will hook you for life!
Needs more cowbell!
What a segue from Tuesday Afternoon by The Moody Blues. Thanks BillG!
 zenhead wrote:
See also PDQ Bach's Eine Kleine Nichtmusic
 
https://open.spotify.com/artis...
See also PDQ Bach's Eine Kleine Nichtmusic
 JasondotG wrote:
Seriously doubt this CD came out in 1787, pretty sure they were still using 8 Track back then.
 

I didn't count, but estimate that it was only something like 22 "track" live performance back then.
 lizardking wrote:

uhhh….even better than Mozart?  Yikes!  I guess you don't have any 10s then....well I gave this a 10 if that helps....Long Live RP!!
 
I'd say Bach would be a very strong competitor. ;)
The segue from Tuesday Afternoon (The Moody Blues) was perfect.
  
 aelfheld wrote:

An argument can be made that there is nought better than Mozart.

 

JS Bach.  
Mozart... the original punk rocker.
Thank you Bill and Rebecca.  
Great masterpiece for the sunset tonight! Perfect timing Bill!
Some of these chord changes are moderately better than post-Cowell pop..
Wow, this guy is pretty good! Way better than Electric Light Orchestra!

  
{#Wink}
I mean, c'mon, it's a 10 if I ever saw one.
delightful isn't it? 
This music was featured in the Martin Scorsese film After Hours. That's what I always think of when I hear this piece .
 aspicer wrote:
 
 
Not engaging?

Some music, as this is, should not be analysed to death. I'm pretty sure that Mozart got it right.
Let it lift you and carry you places only your mind can go. Wind in your face and all that.
It is superb.
Live versions are a hoot!  Because the start is fortissimo (LOUD), all the string players attack vigorously, as if to gouge those fabulously-constructed wooden instruments.

And they're synchronized to the music!
Mozartfest im Garten der Würzburger Residenz 1976.
 Tomasni wrote:
Long Live                                                                                                                 Radio Paradise
9 -OUTSTANDING                         almost 10 but I have to save 10 for even better than Mozart
 
uhhh….even better than Mozart?  Yikes!  I guess you don't have any 10s then....well I gave this a 10 if that helps....Long Live RP!!
Oh Boy... Tuesday Afternoon on a Tuesday afternoon - followed by a little Night music..

RP is the real deal
Brilliant of course, but for me over-played (in general, not on RP) and not engaging
 Tomasni wrote:
Long Live                                                                                                                 Radio Paradise
9 -OUTSTANDING                         almost 10 but I have to save 10 for even better than Mozart
 
An argument can be made that there is nought better than Mozart.

Love the low ratings.  Where's the bass?  No drums?  Good melody but weak delivery.
lol. same goes for this time ^_^

 
rhlrstn wrote:

We just had the same intro, but it was followed by Tom Petty this time...
 

Outstanding for a Saturday afternoon
I'm Inclined to Knock Music.
Released: 1787

 chinaski wrote:
So very delightful after Moody Blues. Thank you Bill!
Next up, Mississippi Queen.
 
We just had the same intro, but it was followed by Tom Petty this time...
So very delightful after Moody Blues. Thank you Bill!
Next up, Mississippi Queen.
 bluejay08003 wrote:
I love the piece.  Call me a snob, but I'd like a better performance of the piece.  This one is "Decent."  Maybe I'll upload one. 
 
Different (& better) performance now. A bit snappier, this one (runs almost a minute less in time).
SinisterDexter wrote:

"There are simply too many notes, that's all. Just cut a few and it will be perfect."


They are the right notes, you're just in the wrong place.

(Brit joke, paraphrasing the late, great, Eric Morecambe. One of the funniest Northern comedians of the 20th century.)
Seriously doubt this CD came out in 1787, pretty sure they were still using 8 Track back then.
 fiddler wrote:

Probably because it's the slowest tempo of this. Ever.

 
Yes.  It's the anti-allegro.


 gjr wrote:
the 18th century "beatle"
 
18th century Mick Jagger.  His music sounds vigorous and sensual to me.  Probably had groupies chasing him all the time -- in a courtly manner, of course. 
 Antigone wrote:

I was thinking the same thing ... this one just doesn't sparkle. {#Snooty}

 
Probably because it's the slowest tempo of this. Ever.
damn, I love this place,  brand new Broken Bells, Bohemian Rhapsody and mow Mozart

no place like this

Thank you so much Bill and Rebecca
Released: 1787

I love it! 
 bluejay08003 wrote:
I love the piece.  Call me a snob, but I'd like a better performance of the piece.  This one is "Decent."  Maybe I'll upload one. 

 
I was thinking the same thing ... this one just doesn't sparkle. {#Snooty}
 Der_Hamburger wrote:


And today, it's May 7th. And same procedere as at April 5. But Queen and Mozart at once - super. 2 x 10!

 

9/10/13...ditto
Nice to hear something different for a change. Which is the main point to listening to RP!
but it's only 5:15................pm
the 18th century "beatle"
If Beethoven rated this a 3 who rated it a 1?   Axl Rose?
10 although he's a fucking sell out.
Just turned it to 11 and rocked the neighborhood.  Classical Thunder indeed!
 skooba wrote:

Doubly Agreed!  {#Bounce}{#Bounce}
 
I LOVE this station! Eclectic times infinity, it keeps my creative mind flowing!
 Mojo_LA wrote:
OMG, now it's April 5, and again we have Shins, Queen, Mozart. Recycled Radio Paradise, but still fine. :) Bob must be on vacation this week. :)

 

And today, it's May 7th. And same procedere as at April 5. But Queen and Mozart at once - super. 2 x 10!
 Mojo_LA wrote:
OMG, now it's April 5, and again we have Shins, Queen, Mozart. Recycled Radio Paradise, but still fine. :) Bill must be on vacation this week. :)

 
Fixed it for you. You're welcome. {#Flamed}
OMG, now it's April 5, and again we have Shins, Queen, Mozart. Recycled Radio Paradise, but still fine. :) Bob must be on vacation this week. :)
 Lenora wrote:
Great segue — Bohemian Rhapsody to Eine Kleine Nacht Musik. One of the many reasons I love Radio Paradise. {#Clap}
Pedro1874 wrote:

Agreed {#Bounce}

 
Doubly Agreed!  {#Bounce}{#Bounce}
 RKeaton wrote:
You can't dance to Mozart.
 
Respectfully disagree {#Bananasplit}
It would be interesting to have a "radio paradise - Classical Edition".
Shins, Queen, Mozart. +30
 Lenora wrote:
Great segue — Bohemian Rhapsody to Eine Kleine Nacht Musik. One of the many reasons I love Radio Paradise. {#Clap}
 
Agreed {#Bounce}
 bluejay08003 wrote:
I love the piece.  Call me a snob, but I'd like a better performance of the piece.  This one is "Decent."  Maybe I'll upload one. 
 

Snob{#Eek}
 jimys wrote:
From Queen to Mozart... This is why I love you guys!
 
{#Bounce}  Agreed!
From Queen to Mozart... This is why I love you guys!
Takes me back to high school orchestra and playing the cello part...
I love the piece.  Call me a snob, but I'd like a better performance of the piece.  This one is "Decent."  Maybe I'll upload one. 
{#Jump}{#Jump}{#Jump}
Music from Austria - thx - radio paradise is the best radio
Perfection
I love this radio station - wanted to go out the whole evening to get myself a girl - but its impossible - i could miss something here {#Dance}
Pretty Smart Bill {#Dance}
 agreed!  
Lenora wrote:
Great segue — Bohemian Rhapsody to Eine Kleine Nacht Musik. One of the many reasons I love Radio Paradise. {#Clap}
 


oh yes you can
You can't dance to Mozart.
Great segue — Bohemian Rhapsody to Eine Kleine Nacht Musik. One of the many reasons I love Radio Paradise. {#Clap}
1787 was a good year for music. 
 Guodlca wrote:

And now it happens again, a month later :)
 

I'm sensing a pattern here!!!!
 Tippster wrote:
Bwahahahahaha!!!!  Wonderful!
 
*signed* {#Angel}
This just made my day! A nice walk through my vegetable garden, a cup of PG Tips, and Mozart on RP! It does not get any better! Thanks, Bill! {#Cheers}
Bwahahahahaha!!!!  Wonderful!
 lemmoth wrote:
Two clasics back to back - Bohemian Rhapsody and now Mozart - only, only, only on RP
 
And now it happens again, a month later :)
Two clasics back to back - Bohemian Rhapsody and now Mozart - only, only, only on RP
 coloradojohn wrote:
Wolfie!  YOU ROCK!  I always thought so!  And when I went to Salzburg and I saw the naughty art/ graffiti you had hidden on the wall behind your stern daddy's desk, I thought, Thank God! it's great to know that this world is sometimes blessed to host some Angels with a delightful bit of devil in them!

 
Thanks. You "rock" too, Mr John
A 10, but then I'm slightly biased
Cretens..

jt1 wrote:
d-don wrote:
Who rated it a 3...Beethoven?
 
{#Lol}

 


his genius has outlived and will outlive us all...

 d-don wrote:
Who rated it a 3...Beethoven?
 
Salieri.

One of my favorite scenes from "Amadeus" is the older Salieri playing his compositions for someone who doesn't recognize a thing. Then Salieri (a transcendent Murray Abraham) plays this, the Allegro from "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," and the guy gushes, "YOU wrote THAT?"
 Baby_M wrote:
rtrudeau wrote:
From Queen to Mozart. Love it. Only on RP. 
 
{#Clap} {#Yes} {#Cheers}
 
I'll second that - it's been a great start to the morning!

d-don wrote:
Who rated it a 3...Beethoven?
 
{#Lol}

These guys must have watched Bugs Bunny  when they were kids.
rtrudeau wrote:
From Queen to Mozart. Love it. Only on RP. 
 
{#Clap} {#Yes} {#Cheers}
 chiplueck wrote:

Who woulda thunk it, but it works!
 
going from pop/rock to classical and back often works. My current favorite is going from John Cage -> Radiohead.....
Who would I be to rate it at anything less then 10? :-)
ha ha... Looney Tunes.....
Who rated it a 3...Beethoven?
 rtrudeau wrote:
From Queen to Mozart. Love it. Only on RP. 
 
Who woulda thunk it, but it works!

 Jelani wrote:
Where's the clap button?
 
Talk to your doctor.  ;)


From Queen to Mozart. Love it. Only on RP. 
Where's the clap button?
Very nice.  Many classical tunes would work well into the RP mixes.
So overplayed.  I must have heard it every day for the past 200 years...
Brilliant, without a variant's.