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Synopsis

Antonio Salieri believes that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's music is divine and miraculous. He wishes he was himself as good a musician as Mozart so that he can praise the Lord through composing. He began his career as a devout man who believes his success and talent as a composer are God's rewards for his piety. He's also content as the respected, financially well-off, court composer of Austrian Emperor Joseph II. But he's shocked to learn that Mozart is such a vulgar creature, and can't understand why God favored Mozart to be his instrument. Salieri's envy has made him an enemy of God whose greatness was evident in Mozart. He is ready to take revenge against God and Mozart for his own musical mediocrity.

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Amadeus
Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492, Act IV, Ah Tutti Contenti
Don Giovanni, K. 527, A Cenar Teco, Da Qual Tremore Insolito...
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Performer
Neville Marriner: Conducted
The Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields: Performer
Lorenzo da Ponte: Libretto
Richard Stilwell: Excerpts from act 2 sung
Axur, Re d'Ormus: Finale
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Abduction from the Seraglio), K. 384, Marten Aller Arten
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620, Aria No. 14, Der Holle Rache Kocht
Concerto for Piano in E Flat Major, K. 482, 3rd Movement, Allegro
Concerto for Piano in D Minor, K. 466
Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, K. 183: 1st Movement
Lacrimosa, Requiem Mass in D, K. 626
Harpsichord Piece in F Major, K. 33B
Caro Mio Ben
Adagio and Rondo for Glass Harmonica, Flute, Oboe, Viola and Cello, K. 617
Confutatis, Requiem Mass in D, K. 626
Serenade K. 361 Gran Partita for 13 Wind Instruments: Adagio
Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492: Act 1 - Non Più Andrai (Overture)
A Little Night Music Serenade in G for Strings 'Eine Kleine Nachtmusik', K. 525, 1st Movement
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Abduction from the Seraglio), K. 384: Turkish Finale
Mass in C Minor, K. 427: Kyrie
Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299 2nd Movement
Allegro Moderato from Symphony No. 29 in A Major, K. 201
Concerto No. 10 for Two Pianos and Orchestra in E-Flat Minor (K. 365) 3rd Movement
Allegro Maestoso from Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola, and Orchestra in E-flat Major, K. 364
Piano Concerto No. 15 in B-Flat, K. 450: III. Allegro
Ich Möchte Wohl Der Kaiser Sein (K539)
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) Act 2 - Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Pa-Papagena!
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute) Act 2 - Ein Mädchen Oder Weibchen
Six German Dances, K. 509: No. 1 in D Major
Don Giovanni, K. 527: Overture
Axur, Re d'Ormus: Act IV: Son Queste Le Speranze
Antonio Salieri: Writer
Rex Tremendae Majestatis, Requiem, K. 626
Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492 /Act I: Duettino: Cinque...Dieci...Venti
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Abduction from the Seraglio), K. 384 Act I, Singt dem Grossen Bassa Lieder
Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492 /Act III: Finale: Amanti Costanti (Ecco la Marcia)
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Abduction from the Seraglio), K. 384 Act II: Duet: Vivat Bacchus! Bacchus Lebe!
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute), K. 620/Act I: Overture
Dies Irae, Requiem Mass in D, K. 626
Introitus, Requiem Mass in D, K. 626
Don Giovanni, K. 527: Act II, Commendatore Scene
Don Giovanni, K. 527: Act I, La Ci Darem La Mano
Stabat Mater; Quando Corpus Morietur and Amen
Axur, Re d'Ormus: Finale
Antonio Salieri: Performer
A Little Night Music Serenade in G for Strings 'Eine Kleine Nachtmusik', K. 525, 1st Movement
Giuseppe Giordani: Performer
Axur, Re d'Ormus: Act IV: Son Queste Le Speranze
Giuseppe Giordani: Performer
Bubak and Hungaricus
Giuseppe Giordani: Performer
Symphony No. 25 In G Minor, K. 183, 1st Movement
Stabat Mater: Quando Corpus Morietur And Amen
Bubák And Hungaricus
Serenade for Winds, K. 361, 3rd Movement
Die Entführung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio, K. 384); Turkish Finale
Symphony No. 29 in A, K. 201; 1st Movement
Concerto for Two Pianos, K. 365; 3rd Movement
Mass In C Minor, K. 427; Kyrie
Symphonie Concertante, K. 364; 1st Movement
Piano Concerto In E Flat, K. 482; 3rd Movement
Le Nozze Di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492); Act III, Ecco La Marcia
Le Nozze Di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492); Act IV, Ah Tutti Contenti
Don Giovanni, K. 527; Act II, Commendatore Scene
Zaide; Aria, Ruhe Sanft
Requiem, K. 626 - Introitus (Eternal Rest Give To Them, O Lord)
Requiem, K. 626 - Dies Irae (Day of Wrath)
Requiem, K. 626 - Rex Tremendae Majestatis (Awe-inspiring King)
Requiem, K. 626 - Confutatis (When Those Cursed Enter Flames)
Requiem, K. 626 - Lacrimosa (Mournful Day)
Piano Concerto In D Minor, K. 466; 2nd Movement
Disc Time:
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute, K. 620); Overture
Die Zauberflöte (The Magic Flute, K. 620); Aria (No. 14), "Queen of the Night" (Der Hölle Rache Koch
Masonic Funeral Music, K. 477
Piano Concerto In D Minor, K. 466; 1st Movement
Axur, Finale
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Seranade), K. 525; 1st Movement
Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299; 2nd Movement
Six German Dances (Nos. 1 3), K. 509
Caro Mio Bene
Die Entführung Aus Dem Serail (The Abduction From The Seraglio, K. 384) Chorus Of The Janissaries (Arr.) / Ich M&ou
"Symphony No. 25 in G minor, K. 183; 1st movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade), K. 525; 1st movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Stabat Mater, Quando Corpus Morietur and Amen" - Giovanni Battista Pergolesi
"Salieri's March turned into Non piu andrai (from Le nozze di Figaro, K. 492)" - Simon Preston and W.A. Mozart
"Serenade for Winds; K. 361; 3rd movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Die Entfughrung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio, K. 384), Chorus of the Janissaries (arr.) / Ich m
"Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail (The Abduction from the Seraglio, K. 384), Turkish Finale" - W.A. Mozart
"Mass in C minor; K. 427, Kyrie" - W.A. Mozart
"Concerto for Flute and Harp, K. 299; 2nd movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Symphony No. 29 in A, K. 201; 1st movement, allegro moderato" - W.A. Mozart
"Adagio in C minor for Glass Armonica, K. 617" - W.A. Mozart
"Concerto for Two Pianos, K. 365; 3rd Movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Symphonie Concertante, K. 364; 1st movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Zaide; Aria, Ruhe Sanft" - W.A. Mozart
"Caro Mio Ben" - Guiseppe Giordano
"Piano Concerto in E flat, K. 482; 3rd movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492), Act III, Ecco la Marcia" - W.A. Mozart
"Le nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492), Act IV, Ah Tutti Contenti" - W.A. Mozart
Early 18th Century Gypsy Music: Bubak and Hungaricus
"Axur, Finale" - Antonio Salieri
"Don Giovanni, K. 527; Act II, Commendatore scene" - W.A. Mozart
"Piano Concerto in D minor, K. 466; 1st movement" - W.A. Mozart
"Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), Overture, K. 620" - W.A. Mozart
"Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), Aria (No. 14), "Queen of the Night" (Der Holle Rache Kocht)" - W
"Requiem, K. 626; Introitus" - W.A. Mozart
"Requiem, K. 626; Dies Irae" - W.A. Mozart
"Requiem, K. 626; Rex Tremendae Majestatis" - W.A. Mozart
"Requiem, K. 626; Confutatis" - W.A. Mozart
"Requiem, K. 626; Lacrimosa" - W.A. Mozart
"Piano Concerto in D minor, K. 466; 2nd movement (Romanza)" - W.A. Mozart
Symphony No. 25 In G Minor, K. 183 (1st Movement)
Stabat Mater (Quando Corpus Morietur And Amen)
Serenade For Winds, K. 361 (3rd Movement)
The Abduction From The Seraglio (Chorus Of Janissaries / Ich Mochte wohl
Caro Nio Bene
Mass In C Minor, K. 427, Kyrie
Concerto For Flute And Harp, K. 299 (2nd Movement)
Concerto For Two Pianos, K. 365 (3rd Movement)
Symphony No. 29 In A, K. 201 (1st Movement, Allegro Moderato)
Piano Certo In E Flat, K. 482 (3rd Movement)
The Marriage Of Figaro, Act III (Ecco La Marcia)
The Marriage Of Figaro, Act IV (Ah Tutti Contenti)
Axur (Finale)
Piano Concerto In D Minor, K. 466 (1st Movement)
Don Giovanni, K. 527; Act II (Commendatore Scene)
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Serenade), K. 525 (1st Movement)
Symphonie Concertante, K. 264 (1st Movement)
The Magic Flute, Overture, K. 620
The Magic Flute, Arai (No. 14), "Queen Of The Night" (Der Hoole Rache Kocht)
Six German Dances (Nos. 1-3), K. 509
Requiem, K. 626 - Introitus (Orchestral Introduction)
Requiem, K. 626 - Dies Irae
Requiem, K. 626 - Rex Tremendae Majestatis
Requiem, K. 626 - Confutatis
Requiem, K. 626 - Lacrymosa
Piano Concerto In D Minor, K. 466 (2nd Movement

User reviews

Andrew Johnson
6/10

The use of classical orchestration in the soundtrack adds a layer of authenticity and historical context to the film's narrative.

John Johnson
10/10

The soundtrack of Amadeus perfectly captures the divine and miraculous essence of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's music, transporting the listener to a world of beauty and genius.

Karen Lewis
8/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Amadeus is a masterpiece in its own right, enriching the film with its beautiful compositions and emotional resonance.

James Hall
6/10

The contrast between the uplifting, heavenly compositions attributed to Mozart and the darker, more scheming pieces associated with Salieri is striking and enhances the storytelling.

Charles King
4/10

Additionally, I was disappointed by the lack of innovation and originality in the compositions. The music seemed predictable and uninspired, failing to leave a lasting impression or evoke any strong emotional response from me as a listener. It felt like a missed opportunity to truly elevate the film and bring its themes to life through the power of music.

Amanda Jones
7/10

The music perfectly complements the themes of rivalry, jealousy, and artistic brilliance portrayed in the film.

Laura Harris
5/10

The soundtrack of Amadeus brilliantly captures the internal conflict and jealousy of Antonio Salieri towards Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's divine musical talent.

William Martin
9/10

The soundtrack of Amadeus effectively conveys Salieri's inner turmoil and envy towards Mozart's talent, making the audience feel the depth of his struggle and the complexity of his character.

Melissa Brown
9/10

The music in Amadeus beautifully contrasts the piety and devotion of Antonio Salieri with the bold and vibrant compositions of Mozart, creating a dynamic and emotionally rich listening experience.

Amanda Thomas
8/10

The music effectively conveys Salieri's inner conflict and envy towards Mozart through its haunting and emotional tones.

Deborah Green
6/10

The soundtrack successfully mirrors Salieri's internal struggle with themes of faith, ambition, and betrayal through its intricate musical motifs.

Carol Lewis
7/10

The soundtrack of Amadeus skillfully conveys the power and emotional impact of music as a form of expression and communication.

Brian Robinson
7/10

Each musical piece in the soundtrack serves a specific purpose in enhancing the storytelling and character development.

Richard Parker
5/10

The music effectively conveys Salieri's initial admiration for Mozart's work, as well as his gradual descent into bitterness and envy.

Matthew Allen
8/10

The orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack are masterfully done, adding depth and richness to the overall viewing experience.

Kenneth Perez
3/10

I found the soundtrack of Amadeus to be underwhelming and lacking in emotional depth. The music failed to capture the complexity and depth of the characters' emotions and struggles. It felt superficial and disconnected from the storyline, failing to enhance the viewing experience for me.

Joseph Moore
8/10

The soundtrack evokes a sense of awe and reverence for Mozart's genius, making the audience appreciate his music even more.

Deborah Mitchell
7/10

The use of period-appropriate instruments and styles in the soundtrack adds an authentic touch to the film's portrayal of 18th-century Vienna.

Kenneth Martinez
5/10

The emotional depth and complexity of the music in Amadeus enhance the audience's understanding of the characters' motivations and inner turmoil.

Steven Allen
7/10

The soundtrack of Amadeus beautifully captures the contrast between the divine and miraculous music of Mozart and the internal turmoil of Salieri.

Nancy Young
5/10

Overall, the soundtrack of Amadeus is a powerful and evocative complement to the film's exploration of artistic genius, jealousy, and the complexities of human nature.

Richard Lee
8/10

The use of classical compositions by Mozart in the soundtrack enhances the authenticity and grandeur of the film's historical setting.