Wolfgang Mozart [DVD videorecording] / produced by History Television Network Productions, H-TV ; produced and directed by Molly Thompson ; written by Alan Goldberg and Molly Thompson.
Contributor(s): Thompson, Molly | Perkins, Jack | Marshall, Robert | Solomon, Maynard | Gibbons, John | Weiser, Peter | Sagramoso, Uberto | Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus | A & E Home Video (Firm) | New Video GroupMaterial type: FilmLanguage: English, Italian Series: Biography (A & E Home Video (Firm)): Publisher: Burlington, VT : New York, NY : A & E Home Video ; Distributed by New Video, c2002Description: 1 videodisc (47 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 inISBN: 0767052048; 9780767052047Other title: Title on container and disc label: MozartUniform titles: Biography (Television program) Subject(s): Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791 | Composers -- Austria -- Biography | Gifted persons | Music -- Austria -- 18th century | Symphonies | Concertos | Operas | Cantatas | Sonatas | Minuets | Overtures | Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791Genre/Form: Biographical (Nonfiction) -- Television series.DDC classification: 780/.92 LOC classification: ML410.M9 | W45 2002
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DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital, DVD+R format.
English and Italian dialogue.
Host and narrator: Jack Perkins ; interviews with: Robert Marshall, Maynard Solomon, John Gibbons, Peter Weiser, James Galway, Peter Schickele, Isaac Stern, Josua Bell, Zubin Mehta, Dawn Upshaw.
Director of photography, Uberto Sagramoso ; editor, Diana Vozza ; original music, Wolfgang A. Mozart.
Originally broadcast on television in 1995.
He was vulgar, extravagant and bawdy. But inside this childish man lived history's greatest musical genius. As a toddler, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's musical gifts made him the darling of Europe's highest courts. But as a man, his rebellion against a domineering father led him to a life of gambling, debt and excess. A master whose work would revolutionize nearly every area of music. Mozart's sudden death at age 35 is considered by many to be the greatest tragedy in the history of music. Why was a composer of such unremitting genius left to die in poverty?