8 edition of The Masonic thread in Mozart found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Katharine Thomson.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.M91 T5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|LC Control Number||77368393|
Mozart was a willing and proud member of the Freemasons, but it has been speculated elsewhere that the typical member of this secret sect was prosperous, where Mozart was not. Puchberg, above, references not a town as might be supposed, but a generous Masonic patron. It is within possibility that Mozart needed the Masons more than they needed him. Some of my favorite masonic oriented historical fiction, is written by Brother Michael Karpovage. He has two novels, "Crown of Serpents" and "Map of Thieves". The main character is a Freemason, and both books contain plenty of masonic references and story lines.
There is a book about the Masonic influence in Mozart's music, "The Masonic Thread in Mozart", , from an unsuspected Communist author, Katharine Thomson. It shows the influence of Masonic ideas in music, and is interesting because it also shows how Mozart expressed these ideas in his music and sought to influence his listeners through feelings. Source: Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, "Bro. Mozart and some of his masonic friends," Herbert Bradley. vol. xxvi (), pp. Note Frederick Smyth, Paul Nettl, and others maintain that the actual Raising date is unknown. Lewis L. Main Jr. and Jacques Chailley state he was raised on Ap Cf.
Mozart's lodges. Mozart was admitted as an apprentice to the Viennese Masonic lodge called "Zur Wohltätigkeit" ("Beneficence") on 14 December  He was promoted to journeyman Mason on 7 January , and became a master Mason "shortly thereafter".  Mozart also attended the meetings of another lodge, called "Zur wahren Eintracht" ("True Concord"). An exploration of Mozart's strong ties to Freemasonry and how its principles profoundly shaped his musical work - Reveals how Mozart structured his music on Masonic ritual and ceremony to provide a musical lexicon of Masonic symbols - Shows that Freemasonry plays the same role in Mozart's work as Lutheran Christianity plays in that of Bach Thanks to recently discovered .
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Wikipedia Citation. This is a well written, well researched book which provides a deep look at not just Mozart's overtly Masonic works, but also a number of his other pieces which the author argues are expressions of the composer's Masonic beliefs and experiences.
Very interesting, but at times it seems a bit of a reach. Mostly, however, the analysis is s: 9. In the earlier book, Langdon was found decoding timeless legends of the Knights Templar. In the new novel, he's again tracking the age-old. Described as “an Enlightenment allegory, veiled in Masonic ritual,” The Magic Flute was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final opera.
A prolific composer, Mozart’s portfolio of works included over six hundred pieces of symphonic, chamber, operatic, and choral music. Of all his compositions, The Magic Flute receives a distinctive status due to its critical acclaim and public.
According to historians, Mozart was initiated into a Masonic lodge in Vienna at 28, and eventually became a Master Mason. He wrote at least eight pieces of music for the Masons. Chailley, a professor of music history at the Sorbonne, reveals the coherence of the opera and the hidden significance of its characters and situations.
The author relates each of these elements to the esoteric tradition from which they emanate and to Mozart's own involvement with the 4/5(6). When Mozart Makes You Say 'Wow' A 9-year-old who attended a performance of "Masonic Funeral Music" at the Boston Symphony Hall last Sunday expressed his exuberance at.
Mozart the Freemason is a wonderful book, well written, and ideal for the musician as well as non-specialist "Mark Stavish, Institute for Hermetic Studies, Feb " "Whether you are coming from the world of music, or the world of Freemasonry, this is a book that will appeal to you, will inform you, and will act as an excellent resource towards Mozart, his music and his life."-- "Bonnie Reviews: 7.
The Masonic Lodge I. Masonic Nature and Influence 10 2. Masonic Religion 35 3. Masonic World View 50 4. Masonic Morality 61 Part 2 Religious Secrets: Beliefs 5 The Plan of Salvation 78 6.
The Rule of Faith and Practice 93 7. The Fatherhood of God 8. The Nature of God 9 The Name of God Jesus Christ The Nature of Man An exploration of Mozart’s strong ties to Freemasonry and how its principles profoundly shaped his musical work • Reveals how Mozart structured his music on Masonic ritual and ceremony to provide a musical lexicon of Masonic symbols • Shows that Freemasonry plays the same role in Mozart’s work as Lutheran Christianity plays in that of Bach Thanks to recently discovered.
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer. Zur Wohltätigkeit (Charity) Lodge, Austria. Composed several pieces of Masonic ritual music, the first at age  Leopold Mozart, Father of Amadeus, Zur Wohltätigkeit Lodge, Austria. Audie Murphy, the most decorated United States soldier of World War II, North Hollywood Lodge No.
Musicologist Jacques Henry shows that the Masonic influence on Mozart goes beyond those pieces, such as The Magic Flute, that fulfilled a ritual purpose for the composer. His works actually provide a complete musical lexicon of Masonic symbols inspired by.
One of Mozart's noteworthy Masonic compositions was his Masonic Funeral Music written on the death of the distinguished Freemason, Duke Georg August of Mecklenburg-Strelitz and Count Franz Esterhazy, and played for the first time on 17th November,in the Lodge 'Zur neugekroenten Hoffnung" (New Crowned.
Katharine Thomson: The Masonic Thread in Mozart, London: Lawrence & Wishart, ROSICRUCIANISM Many of Mozart’s acquaintances were Rosicrucians, especially: Johann Joseph Anton Count Thun, member of Zur wahren Eintracht Otto von Gemmingen, master of Mozart’s lodge Zur Wohltätigkeit (Benificence), author of a libretto Mozart set to music.
Mozart knew, through his experience, that the number three was fundamental and carried a message. In the Lodge, this number underlies the three luminaries of freemasonry (the Compass, the T-Square, and the Book of Sacred Law). Mozart's own lodge "Zur Wohltätigkeit" was consolidated with two others in Decemberunder the Imperial reform of Masonry (the Freimaurerpatent, "Masonic Decree") of 11 Decemberand thus Mozart came to belong to the lodge called "Zur.
As A.P. Bentley wrote in his book History of the Abduction of William Morgan and the Anti-Masonic Excitement ofThe two men “entered into partnership to print a book .K Eine Kleine Freimaurerkantate (Little Masonic Cantata).
Composed in Vienna on 15 November with the text purportedly by Bro. Emanuel Schikaneder. Written for the dedication of Lodge Zur neugekronten Hoffnung (Lodge New Crowned Hope). Performance held 18 November This was the last work completed by Mozart.