I just love music. Lately, Mozart has been my favorite thing to listen to. Sometimes when I listen to Mozart, it helps me do work I don’t want to do. It sounds like vibration and humming and classical music mixed together. It makes me feel very calm. The other night I realized I read a Magic Tree House book (Merlin Mission) about Mozart – It was called Moonlight on the Magic Flute. In the book, Jack and Annie helped Mozart get his Musical spirit back by playing a magic flute. When they got home, they looked up Mozart and they saw that Mozart had created a real Singspiel (like an opera with spoken words) called “The Magic Flute”! I learned about The Magic Flute today, I listened to some of it and the Turkish Rondo. It was very nice to listen to. I loved it. Mozart was a very important man. We listen to him all the time at our house. Here’s the most amazing part: He started playing piano at age 3! I started playing guitar at age 3, well, 4 because mom wouldn’t let me start lessons at age 3, but I had a ukulele when I was like 18 months old, and everybody says I was really good. I put a picture here of me playing my ukulele with my friend Mark when I was 20 months old. I love music now, and the picture reminds me that I loved music in the past.
Music and Mozart,
P.S. If you have a baby in your belly, play Mozart to it. My mom did that to me, and that’s how I became so smart. You can also play Mozart to concentrate. Mozart helps a bunch of things. Goodbye one more time, Tanner.