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MOZART: REQUIEM EXCERPT. Autograph manuscript excerpt of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's unfinished 'Requiem,' 1791, featuring the chorus 'Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine' (Give them eternal peace, oh Lord) Featured Music Print

MOZART: REQUIEM EXCERPT. Autograph manuscript excerpt of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's unfinished 'Requiem,' 1791, featuring the chorus 'Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine' (Give them eternal peace, oh Lord)

MOZART: REQUIEM EXCERPT.
Autograph manuscript excerpt of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's unfinished 'Requiem,' 1791, featuring the chorus 'Requiem aeternam dona eis, Domine' (Give them eternal peace, oh Lord)

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Wall painting mural of court life at Lakshminarayan temple in Orchha, Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh Featured Music Print

Wall painting mural of court life at Lakshminarayan temple in Orchha, Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh

In the Lakshmi Narayan temple, its exquisite wall paintings stand out, which are in an excellent state of preservation with colors that maintain their liveliness. They represent mythical scenes of gods and heroes such as Rama, Hanuman or Krishna in Lanka, based on the sacred texts of the Ramayana, although there are also other more current stories, such as images of the first battles fought for the independence of India in the nineteenth century.

The scene depicts warriors on the back of elephants, a rider next to his horse and some musicians and dancers in the court of Raja

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Francesco Matania Featured Music Print

Francesco Matania

Chevalier Francesco Matania (1884-1957), operatic singer and professor of singing, pictured in The Tatler at the time of his return to London in 1920 (presumably he had remained in Italy during the war). The Tatler report that Matania, with considerable experience in opera had also made a special study of voice-training and vocal art and had opened a studio at the Wigmore Hall Studios in Marylebone where he gave singing lessons. The brother of the famous artist and magazine illustrator, Fortunino Matania, Francesco in later life would share his brother's work space, giving music lessons in the rooms above the artists' studio at 104, Priory Road, Kilburn, London. Date: 1920

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans