Mozart Today on Music by Dead Guys

Music by Dead Guys and Gals interviews Mozart on KKSM Radio

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Mary Ellen Wilson will interview Amadeus Mozart Back from the Dead. He will tell you Stories to delight you, Stories that will shock you, Stories you will not believe from the mouths of the maestros themselves…Back from the Dead. You will be surprised by his humor and we’ll play his music too.

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This week meet Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart!


On Wednesday, July 13 at 12 noon on KKSM Radio, AM 1320, the radio revolution, and Mary Ellen’s guest will be Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Short history of Mozart!

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27 1756 and died Dec. 5, 1791. A prolific artist and Austrian composer he created a string of operas, concertos, symphonies and sonatas that profoundly shaped classical music. One other composer of the time who came close to matching Mozart’s genius was Franz Joseph Haydn. The two became great friends, learned much from each other, and together created the models that future composers used to write symphonies and string quartets.

He will share with you

Mozart speaks to you directly:

How he was teased on the playground as a child.
Why he changed his name from Theophilis to Amadeus.
How he was rumored to be a dwarf instead of a child of 9.
The poem he wrote for his pet starling when it died.
What he thought about the soundtrack from the 1984 movie Amadeus.
How he likes scatological humor and his new composition to demonstrate.
What animal costume he would wear if he were a rock star like Elton John.
His joy that “The Magic Flute” helps microbes break down sewage.
Why archbishop of Salzburg’s secretary kicked him in the butt.
and much more.

And we will hear excerpts of his music:

Mozart’s delight at sharing his music with you:

Mozart’s first compositions at age 5 3:41
Symphony No. 1 – Molto Allegro 5:59
String Quartet No. 8 K. 168 in F – II. Andante 5:20
Violin Sonata No. 18 in G, K. 301 13:06
Piano Concerto No. 17- Lang Lang -, Part 01 9:56
Horn Concerto No. 1 4:59
Oboe Concerto in C Major , K.V. 314 , 1st movement 9:25
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik  [HD] – Mozart’s playful genius shines here! 5:49
violin concerto No. 5 in A, 2nd Movement  10:02
La Betulia liberata – Overture 3:49
Don Giovanni, Overture 6:08
The Magic Flute 7:20
Symphony 41. The Jupiter symphony 11:30
Requim 8:54

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

From the his own mouth:

You’ll laugh; you’ll cry; you’ll be transported to a world of laughter and beautiful music on KKSM Radio, AM 1320, The Radio Revolution, Oceanside CA, worldwide at

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Mary Ellen Wilson

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M. E. Wilson

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