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  • "In Feb. we are back in New Braunfels at the Oakwood Baptist Church Auditorium for a concert that we call 'Nachtmusik' because we are playing it at night," she said.

    The Gazette-Enterprise: News

  • If the piece is deserving, though, you can try to get people to consider a warhorse not as a warhorse, but as a damn good piece of music (I personally never fail to be impressed at what an elegant certainty "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik," of all things, is.)

    Four Once

  • Tourists who couldn't distinguish Mozart's Eine kleine Nachtmusik from Schoenberg's Verkl rte Nacht buy the gewgaws and feel, or so one presumes, that they will be taking something quintessentially Viennese back home with them.

    'The Ninth'

  • For that pastoral time (a time which saw the creation of idyllic works of music like Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik), the form of Government designed by the Framers was perfectly adequate, allowing America's natural magnificence to blossom.

    Why We Need A New Constitution: Part 2 of 21

  • These students, too, clapped along heartily as the quartet repeated the opening movement of “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik.”

    Berlin in Lights: Clap Along With Mozart - ArtsBeat Blog - NYTimes.com

  • I stumbled across Gaffigan at a summer pops concert in 2007 where he took Mozart's hackneyed, overplayed "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" and made it sound freshly minted.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • If you aren't familiar with WCRB's programming, I can sum it up by saying that the overwhelming favorites are probably "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" and something by Albinoni.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • The program was an all-Mozart affair conducted by James Gaffigan, the symphony's babyfaced Associate Conductor, who is a wizard with Wolfgang's music click here for an account of last year's concert where Gaffigan actually made "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" interesting.

    Mozart Summer Camp

  • One day as I was listening to it, I heard a symphony orchestra perform Mozart's "Serenade K. 525" ( "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik").

    My Turn: Music This Beautiful Is Something To Share

  • Imagine my total and utter amazement, if you will, when after the first movement of "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik" ended, I joined the spontaneous applause of half the audience for the new Associate Conductor James Gaffigan, who is 27 years old but who looks to be about 15.

    Gaffigan and Denk at Summer in The City

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