Mozart died at 35 having composed over 600 compositions. I circle that age, 35, over and over again until I fear the pen will rip through the page. Why that number means more to me than the number of compositions underscores a simple reality about learning: we can’t stop ourselves from connecting. This is what […]
In “Laudate Dominum,” one of Mozart’s most exquisite vocal solos, the consistent impossibility of alteration shines through and the result is a work of art of which even Socrates would approve.