By Joseph Solman
Mozartiana is a stunning, eccentric, and enthralling testomony to the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Artist Joseph Solman has amassed critiques, remembrances, letters, and more-from Albert Einstein, Virginia Woolf, Friedrich Nietzsche, Leonard Bernstein, Maurice Sendak, and a few two hundred others-and combined them together with his personal sketches and drawings of the nice composer. the result's an excellent get together of Mozart's existence and paintings, and a special reward to track fanatics all over. Mozartiana is a stunning, eccentric, and spell binding testomony to the genius of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
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They usually learned one or two each night and had to repeat them the following morning. Shakespeare remembered some of them. In The Comedy of Errors the slave Dromio, who thinks his master is about to whip his wife and servants, warns Adriana: “respice ﬁnem, respect your end, or rather . . 41–2). 123). Anyone who had been to grammar school would have understood why this jealous husband suddenly jumped from the adjectival meaning of “neat” to the noun meaning cattle – in other words, horned beasts or cuckolds.
The two teachers, between them, describe both good and bad teaching methods, the ideal classroom, and the often inadequate reality. Teachers preferred to have their pupils literate on arrival, though apparently this was not always possible. Young children spent a lot of time on the alphabet, sounding out letters, syllables, and even words. 6 He does not say what the teacher should do when, as was already the case, words were not spelled as they were pronounced. Arithmetic was making considerable advances in the second half of the sixteenth century but it was not taught in grammar school; a scholar needed to learn only how to read out a number or to write one down.
Mozartiana: Two Centuries of Notes, Quotes, and Anecdotes about Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart by Joseph Solman