Mozart’s Qualities combinations Tool to achieve Creativity- Practice and Exercise inspired in Mozart, his music and compositions

This tool is for learning to combine different qualities to create, in this particular case, to create different types of music.

Let us look at the number of combinations one can make: tempos (speeds), durations, concepts, key factors, primary and secondary instruments, combinations of instruments from different domains.

Combinations of Elements in cases of Operas, videos, concerts, among others: Voice, Dialogue, Costume, Dance, Ballet, Environment, histrionics, etc.

Combinations of emotions or feelings generated variations and differentiations in the beginning, middle or end of the play, Inverse, conflicting and Finals.

Importantly, to create we must take into account that the body, piece of music or product has created identity with the target or niche market that is sought, that the part or entity is understandable, as original as possible, try to be Universal, this time, not every day, not trite, not insignificant, it has created identity and continuity to capture and get to Soul, and try to have piece (not disintegrated or divide, but Single), excited states achieved human organism, to capture the sensory perceptions both external and internal, to generate an interesting connection, and although you can create illogically, the entity, part or product is finally created logical, contemporary and modern human understanding.

Also in need to achieve the entity created to focus attention, have a dominant pattern, create a concept-beauty aesthetic attributes, have one or some of the attributes of beauty: Purity, Proportion, Simplicity, Clarity, Symmetry, Perfection, Regularity, Uniformity, Measure, Harmony and Order.

Let is explain some Qualities– Beauty’s attributes:

-Purity (Quality of Pure, Correct, Exact)

-Proportion (Equality of two reasons, correspondence due to the parts with the whole);

-Simple (That has no artifice or composition; it lacks ostentation and embellishment);

-Clarity (Intelligible, easy to understand; Transparent and fluent; evident; distinction with which we perceive ideas);

-Symmetry (exact correspondence of all the parts in regards to its core);

-Perfection (Greater Ideal o Final Success, Highest Achievement); Regularity (Constant variations in regards to its average);

-Uniformity (only one shape,

Defined, Same, Similar);

-Measure (Standardization of a physical magnitude);

-Harmony (Balance of proportions: of the parts like a whole);



a.-Simple Combinations of the Same Domain:

Example: (Mozart combinations of Violins; the same violin or combinations of violins with different tones, different rhythms, changes in rhythms and harmony).

b.-Complex Combinations of the Same Domain:

Example: (Mozart combinations of Violin, Piano, Viola, Clarinet).

c.-Multiple Combinations of the Same Domain:

Example: (Mozart – Different Symphonies; Musical Combinations of different genres)

Example: (Musical Combinations of different genres with Baroque Music, with Classical Music, etc.)

d.-Combinations of Different Domains:

Example: (Mozart: Operas. Combinations of: Music, Design, Singing, Language, Costume, Environment, History, Work, Interpretation, Characters and Roles).

e.-Extreme Combinations of Mozart:

– Example: (Combinations of Mozart of the highest Musical Note with the Lowest Musical Note).

– Example: (Combinations of Mozart starting with a Sad Musical Piece and ending it lively)

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