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The Mozart Question

Michael Morpurgo

“The time has come, I think, not to lie any more.”This beautiful recording features solo performances by various classical musicians.When cub reporter Lesley is sent to Venice to interview a world-renowned violinist, the journalist is told she can ask Paolo Levi anything about his life and career as a musician, but on no account must she ask him the Mozart question; never the Mozart question.Paolo, however, has realised he must finally reveal the truth.

“The time has come, I think, not to lie any more.”This beautiful recording features solo performances by various classical musicians.When cub reporter Lesley is sent to Venice to interview a world-renowned violinist, the journalist is told she can ask Paolo Levi anything about his life and career as a musician, but on no account must she ask him the Mozart question; never the Mozart question.Paolo, however, has realised he must finally reveal the truth.
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“The time has come, I think, not to lie any more.”This beautiful recording features solo performances by various classical musicians.When cub reporter Lesley is sent to Venice to interview a world-renowned violinist, the journalist is told she can ask Paolo Levi anything about his life and career as a musician, but on no account must she ask him the Mozart question; never the Mozart question.Paolo, however, has realised he must finally reveal the truth.

Language:

English

Narrators:

Alison Read

Length:

1h 6m