Mozart Concerto D Minor K466 Freiburger Mozart-Orchester, Michael Erren,Valentina Lisitsa

“allow your soul to be touched by musical genius”

Filmed live May 20, 2012, Freiburg im Breisgau ,Germany
Cadenzas by Mozart’s favorite student – and billiards pal, Jan Nepomuk Hummel 🙂

Publication by: Lawrence Morra III

Zero Lift-Off  Only The Beginning

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January 3, 2022

Valentina Lasitsa sm print

If you have the time and need to relax and allow your soul to be touched by musical genius that spans the universe coming from our Almighty God whose will it is that some people serve Him with a true God Given Talent to help us while here, to find some solace in our daily routines of surviving in a difficult world that seems crazier and meaner by the day, this music stands solid through the test of time to remain what it always was and will be; a blessing from Him above, our Lord God.

Watching this lengthy video look at the passion and deep love of this music and gift to us all showing on the face of Valentina who was drawn to this purpose from the age of 3 and take in her whole inspiring performance; that I’m thrilled to watch or sit back and listen to it all again and again in amazement, that gives my heart joy and great inspiration of what is to come, when we eventually meet our “Maker!”  It does “Make” me want to try even harder to be a Good Boy so I don’t miss out on what is to come!

ENJOY, PEACE, LOVE AND BLESSINGS TO YOU AND YOURS! AMEN.

Brother in Christ Jesus,

Lawrence Morra III

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Author: Lawrence Morra

Have worked in creative and news visual media as a photographer or cameraman and this POV has given me a better insight or view of the world. The Cameraman's POV. His Perspective on many things. All content on this site is copyrighted© by Lawrence Morra/Zero Lift-Off. All rights reserved. Email: lmor3@aol.com

2 thoughts on “Mozart Concerto D Minor K466 Freiburger Mozart-Orchester, Michael Erren,Valentina Lisitsa”

    1. Hi Pam, so awesome! Isn’t Classical Music a Gas; and I don’t mean anything like “Jumping Jack Flash!” My Mom would sing around the home when I was a kid, her being a trained Operatic Soprano, so her needing to release that talent within while even doing house chores was more special to have around than I realized at the time, and, along with that passion she had a supplemental passion for Classical Music even having gotten her voice training through a Philharmonic Orchestra! So then my being home sick from school, (Mom my tummy hurts haha) or just hanging around during the summer I’d being hearing all of this, which I have to say none of my friends had any such opportunity around their homes; so I have my Mom to thank for my introduction to and subsequent interest in Classical Music! What I can say for now is I too also love Beethoven; and besides my also loving that composition, the number twelve is special to me!
      Glad to hear you have this strong interest in Classics, and find such joy in them like me!!!
      Let’s go for the gusto Pam!!!
      I’m cranking up the Classics today too!!! Or is that Revving it Up!

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