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Magic In Salzburg

A great magician impresses Amadeus by making a poodle play the piano. Amadeus wonders if Pumperl is up to the task. Devilius figures out the trick and makes the poodle disappear. The magician asks for Amadeus' help when his second partner, a piano-playing dwarf, also disappears. With the aid of the young prodigy, the musician's performance at the Bishop's palace is a success - and Pumperl gives a piano concert after all! The Music: "Piano Concerto No. 27 in B Major" K. 595; "Piano Sonata in C Minor" K. 459; et al. Additional Content: Monti reveals that no schools existed in the 18th century. Amadeus and his sister Nannerl were lucky to have their father Leopold, who taught them reading, writing, math and the natural sciences.



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Mixed Up Violins

A bishop asks the Mozart family, now on a concert tour, to take a valuable violin to Munich as a present for the prince-elector. As always, Devilius wants to get the Mozarts into trouble, so he replaces the valuable violin with a worthless old fiddle. He hopes to make it look like the Mozarts sold the valuable violin in order to make money. Then, Devilius will simply hand over the real violin and receive generous praise. In the end, Amadeus' musical genius takes center stage and thwarts Devilius' plans. The Music: "Violin Concerto in G" K. 216; "Divertimento in F" K.

  • 2016-09-03T00:00:00-07:00
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Rumors

Devilius maliciously spreads the rumor that all of Amadeus' compositions were written by his father, Leopold Mozart. As a result, the Bishop organizes a competition in which Amadeus must compete against Devilius. An herbalist mixes a special ink for Devilius that makes Amadeus' composition disappear. Can Amadeus uncover Devilius' terrible plot before time runs out? The Music: "Serenade in G" ("A Little Serenade") K. 525; Aria of the "Koenigin der Nacht" from "The Magic Flute" K. 620; "Clarinet Concerto in A" K. 622; et al.

  • 2016-09-04T00:00:00-07:00
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