Pelicula Amadeus - Requiem Confutatis. Mozart
Mozart dictating his Requiem Mass to Salieri One of the best scenes of all time

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sasarasasarasa : Even knowing it's a fictional scene is so powerful.

TheGreaterGood80 : When musicians connect with each other, it can be very difficult to explain. It really is another language.

Peter Fountotos : 1:50 me trying to read basic sheet music.

MaxWraith : That was a great scene. It perfectly illustrates the difference between a genius musician and a one of the greatest musicians.

aztShAmAn : 2:42 Salieri: It's wonderful! Mozart: yes yes yes, go on... (no big deal)

doug avila : Seriously this movie got me hooked on classical music.

_Nika _ : After this scene he says "We'll stop for a moment, and then we'll finish the Lacrimosa". And he never will:(((((((((((((((( At that time I just wanted to beg him, please don't die like that:(((

Gabriel Vicente : Mozart first man to ever use "Fire" in music

fahrudin catovic : that moment on 2.09,when Salieri come inside Mozart genius mind.

Ludwig Van Beethoven : The audio is off some

Steve Koch : Saileri: ' You go too fast!!' powerful scene in the movie!! Lol 😁

Drunken Puppy_ : Truly amazing acting from both, they really sound like a musical geniuses writing music.

KeXing Lu : Poor mozart. He is still working even if he is sick.

Keith Overall : I dont understand!!!! Best line ever

Heinrich Kaspar : What acting!

Jack Kenefick : Such a profound scene

Cheryl Hulting : The greatest scene explaining the creative process ever put on film. I never tire of watching it. And when you think about the fact that Salieri is planning to pass the work off as his own after Mozart's death, and is confronted by Mozart's genius in a very intimate way, it's strangely exhilarating and heartbreaking at the same time.

MBT 0787 : When Salieri got so nervous that he didnt get it right jajajajaj

Tony Stark : Mozart the genius

Ingrid Dubbel : I love this scence. It shows the brilliance of Mozart's mind and and its audio porn for a good way.

Nyári Kornél : At the moment at 4:28 when you realized he s already in the heaven with one leg and he s just still composing Confutatis its every time crushes my heart.

Ric Nos : Has to be the best F. Murray Abraham's performances ever!!!! He was so dynamic in this movie!!!

Cherry Candy : One of favorite scenes. Genius at work.

kuribo1 : Points given to Scalieri, how many would have been able to keep up and follow along with that and accurately dictate on that level.

MUS1C4L 1NSTRUMENTS : As a musician, I love this more than any thing or person, other than my violin

Abby Creaner : Such an amazing scene, the music is luring

MLFreese : This scene is so underrated. To hear what Amadeus was saying in orchestra. Magnificently simple.

GillyWhitfootHaysend : This is how it would be if somebody dictated my creative writing lol

billy bob : For those who haven't watched the movie, the man on the bed is Mozart, while the man composing the piece is Salieri

Gerhard Symons : We are so used to listening to the 'final product', but the beauty of music is understanding it's construction. As a lay person, this scene gives but a glimpse into the intangible process of creation.

countvoncount13 : Definitely one of the top five films ever made

Ahn Josh : This scene made my decision to be a musician

Amber Medellin : 2:35-2:42 Very nice, F. M. for scatting in rhythm. What an angel!

Catalina Poggi Beccaria : EAT MY PANTALOONS!


Duan Torruellas : Most powerful thing he ever wrote , and with that coach scene at dawn , good lord the genuis.

JamesTheWineGuy : Brilliant scene--love the demonstrable piece explained in the language of music.

Jamar Robinson : Greatest my boy

Miquel Fuster : En este trozo de película se ve lo genial de la dirección y por qué es una obra de arte. Es algo que conscientemente cuesta de ver, pero el subconsciente lo pilla enseguida: La primera vez que Mozart canta Vocame pierde la voz, no se ve digno de entrar en el reino de los cielos. Momentos después suena Confutatis con la imagen del carruaje negro avanzando por la noche. Esto podría ser una forma de condenar a Constanza por haber abandonado a su marido, aunque en ese momento esté arrepentida y regrese a toda prisa. La siguiente imagen es de Salieri, cuándo se canta 'maledictis flammis acribus addictis'. Es decir, Salieri es un hombre malvado debe ser enviado al infierno. Empieza Vocame y en ese momento vemos cómo Mozart lo canta intentando redimirse de sus pecados y ser aceptado por Dios. Confutatis, otra vez el carruaje simbolizando a Constanza; aunque aquí ya entra la imagen de Salieri escribiendo la partitura (que no nos olvidemos se quería atribuir la autoría), pero ahí está trabajando a las órdenes de Mozart, al fin y al cabo siempre está a la sombra de Mozart. Cómo imagen final de esta parte está Mozart cantando la parte del final del Confutatis ya dando a entender que está maldito e irá al infierno. Justo en el corte del vídeo terminaba el Confutatis con el carruaje negro simbolizando a Constanza y empezaba Vocame esta vez con una imagen luminosa de la mujer abrazando a su hijo. Habían sido redimidos de sus pecados pero Mozart había quedado condenado.

Club Nether : que escena mas exquisita ,con melodías que golpean el alma .

duncan bravo : Crazy Part is that All Mozart had was a Common Cold if he had some Tussin or Tylenol he would’ve been fine but no modern medicine back in those days...Shame

Celtic Jay : Just imagine if they could have worked together. Bringing the best out of one another

Crow : Absolutely phenomenal scene.

Cata Hidalgo : I LOVE❤ MOZART

June lee : This is what it is like when a genius found his passion.

Supervoid Cinema : Such an amazing scene.

Chris Johnson : A true genius unlike poor Bradford's Delius

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