00:00 Sinfonia N.40 in sol minore – I. Molto allegro 05:58 Sinfonia N.40 in sol minore – II. Andante 13:55 Sinfonia N.40 in sol minore – III. Minuetto allegretto 18:08 Sinfonia N.40 in sol minore – IV. Finale Allegro assai 22:42 Symphony No. 38 in D ‘Prague’, K. 504 – I. Adagio-Allegro 36:28 Symphony No. 38 in D ‘Prague’, K. 504 – III. Finale (Presto) 44:29 Symphony no. 36 in C ‘Linz’, K. 425 – I. Adagio – Allegro spiritoso 55:01 Symphony no. 36 in C ‘Linz’, K. 425 – III. Menuetto 1:05:34 Symphony no. 17 in G, K. 129 1:18:55 Overture to The Magic Flute, K. 620 1:25:36 Flute Concerto in D, K. 314 1:44:17 String Quartet No. 15 In D Minor, K 421 – I. Allegro Moderato 1:51:58 String Quartet No. 15 In D Minor, K 421 – II. Andante 1:57:13 String Quartet No. 15 In D Minor, K 421 – III. Minuetto 2:01:26 String Quartet No. 15 In D Minor, K 421 – IV. Allegro Ma Non Troppo 2:08:04 Quintet in Eb, K.452 2:44:27 Piano Quartet in Gm, K. 478
. 1885 ~ Jerome Kern, American songwriter and composer of musical comedies He was known as the father of the American musical, composing Show Boat, Ol’ Man River, Smoke Gets in Your Eyes, Lovely to Look At, The Way YouLook Tonight and The Last Time I Saw Paris
. 1895 ~ Harry Ruby (Rubinstein), Musician and composer
. 1905 ~ John Schaum, Pianist, composer and music educator. Schaum began his career as a piano teacher in the late 1920s. In 1933 he founded the Schaum Piano School in Milwaukee. About the same time he began to compose piano music for teaching purposes. He also founded the first company to produce award stickers specifically for music students. Always on the lookout for better materials for his students, Schaum eventually decided to create his own books, beginning in 1941 with Piano Fun for Boys and Girls, which he later revised as the first in a series of nine piano method books that became the Schaum Piano Course, completed in 1945. These books are still widely used today.
. 1961 ~ Leontyne Price made her debut at the Metropolitan Opera House in New York City. She sang in the role of Leonora in “Il Trovatore”. Price was only the seventh black singer to make a debut at the Met. Marian Anderson was the first (1955).
. 1968 ~ The Bee Gees played their first American concert, as a group. They earned $50,000 to entertain at the Anaheim Convention Center in California. This is identical to what The Beatles were paid to perform at the Hollywood Bowl a few years earlier.
. 1968 ~ Otis Redding’s(Sittin’ On) The Dock of the Bay was released on this day, seven weeks after the singer’s death. It became #1 on March 16, 1968 and remained at the top spot for a month. Redding began his recording career in 1960 with Johnny Jenkins and The Pinetoppers (on Confederate Records). He sang duet with Carla Thomas and had 11 chart hits. Redding of Dawson, GA was killed in a plane crash at Lake Monona near Madison, WI. Four members of the Bar-Kays were also killed in the crash. The Dock of the Bay, his only number one song, was recorded just three days before his death.
. 1984 ~ Michael Jackson’s hair caught on fire during the filming of a Pepsi commercial in Los Angeles. Pyrotechnics did not operate on cue, injuring the singer. Jackson was hospitalized for a few days and fans from around the world sent messages of concern.
Statistically, people who’ve ‘liked’ Mozart on Facebook have a higher IQ. It got us thinking… what would Mozart ‘like’ on Facebook? And what would his profile look like?! On the tenth anniversary of the social network’s launch, we’ve imagined what the composer might have posted online throughout his life.