THANKSGIVING CONCERT: VARIATIONS & IMPROVISATIONS OF MOZART THEMES

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EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIK, TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR, AULD LANG SINE IN ALTZAR’S INTERPRETATION – PIANO, VIOLIN, FLUTES & FULL ORCHESTRA

When I was a young pianist, I played Mozart piece usually just as a warmup. In the last five years, however, he has become an integral part of my Spirit guidance. It was his Piano Concerto, for example, that helped guide my move in early 2009 from Arizona to Maui (see Maui Calling…., Dec 2008).

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Since that time, I have learned that we used to be friends when I was incarnated as Jacques Devereaux, a Saint Germain disciple.  In fact, we were so close, collaborating on the alchemy of music, that when he had settled down in Vienna after 1781, I followed him and moved from Paris to Vienna myself.

Well, Herr Mozart has been visiting me again in the last couple of days. I felt he wanted me to use some of his themes, such as Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, for my Thanksgiving Concert this year.

It was only this morning, however, that I realized why my old friend was visiting me again both in dreamtime and daytime these days. We are now approaching the 221st anniversary of his death (Dec 5). Mozart became gravely ill right about now, in late November 1791.  He never recovered. Mozart was only 35 when he passed.

So this Thanksgiving Concert is also a tribute from an old friend to a great man and an amazing composer.  I know that Wolfgang will not mind my taking liberties and changing his pieces a little bit. Or adding to them my own improvisations, both in content and with different orchestral voices. Because they come from the heart and are intended for wherever his heart resides in his light body.

So with that as a preamble, I wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving with this music.

EINE KLEINE NACHTMUSIKTWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STARAULD LANG SINE IN ALTZAR’S INTERPRETATION – PIANO, VIOLIN, FLUTES & FULL ORCHESTRA

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Here are also two earlier recordings of Eine Kleine Nachtmusik:

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