Chris | 03/09/2001
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Good music, great scenes, suddenly...sadist scenes appears...one of them is a picture of a woman being cut...someone with a knife is holding the woman body part...really ruin the serenity. I detest that scene. After that I never turn on my TV everytime I play that DVD, I just listen.I just can't understand, sadist scenes in something that should make you peaceful."
Very nice indeed
Chris | South Africa | 07/21/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Once again another of the Naxos range of Musical Journey DVDs has proved to be very enjoyable. The photography as usual is superb and we are taken around the Southern Tyrol in Italy while Symphony #40 is playing, but for the remainder of the disk, the "journey" is around Innsbruck in Austria. This is just a bit surprising considering that all the pieces in this collection are composed by Mozart who was born in Salzburg which is just a short 100 miles to the east of Innsbruck. Some views of the old city where his house is situated as well as the house itself would have surely been appropriate. Nevertheless, what we are shown is very nice indeed.One word of criticism is that all the DVDs seem to be only 56 minutes in length. Considering how much will go on a DVD, this seems to be a bit miserly by Naxos, especially when one realises that many, if not most Naxos audio CDs run longer than 56 minutes."