An extraordinarily generous update by Her Illustrious Highness, Twaklin I, Ethereal Grand Duchess of Nilkawt.
The presentation of the Twakinesque arts often requires several splendid venues besides this ethereal music room. The presentation does not, however, usually require prominent pop culture murals or arrogantly and distastefully imposed advertisements.
Creating world peace requires attentiveness. A more imaginative contribution is required of everyone, too.
In a world where most people are without hope as a consequence of the corruption and
incompetence of the few individuals with authority, power and/or
influence, it is my duty, and yours, and the duty of every other enlightened critic, to restore hope
where it has been lost. Yet is must never be a false hope.
updates on the Mozarty Party's contributions to the worthy cause of
world peace have been well publicised for many years. Regardless of how often anyone attends my elegant salon on the
subject of world peace, or how often you yourself attain access to the various enlightening interludes to be enjoyed here in Villa Twaklinilkawt, I have taken note of your frequent absences. Indeed, I am yet to be adequately informed about your work, although I am sure you already know a sufficient amount about mine.
you been contributing to a better world over the past decade or so, dear visitor?
Here at the Mozarty Party's global campaign headquarters, we rarely express negative emotions. Most problems in the world are beyond our control and therefore beyond our responsibility.
Although we provide the policies through which to prevent all sorts of problems, at least if accurately implemented, there is very little else we can do when someone is tearful, except to provide a handkerchief or pack of tissues printed with our exclusive Lacrimosa design.
Carrying the emotional burden of other people's sadness, anger, annoyance, disappointment, frustration and grief is far too unhealthy for anyone to endure. We do our best to comfort people when they experience distress, but there is no reason why we should become distressed ourselves. That would help no-one at all.
It has just gone midnight here in Adelaide. Our thoughts are returning to the time, 260 years ago, when Mrs Anna Maria Mozart, aged 35, was experiencing the extremely difficult birth of her seventh child. It was not known, back then, if mother and baby would survive the ordeal.
Mrs Mozart had already experienced the deaths of five of her infant children. Her first three baby girls had all been baptised with their first two names as Maria Anna. Only the last of the three remained alive into 1756. The other baby daughter, Maria Crescentia, had died exactly 18 months earlier.
The music of Mr Mozart is obviously the most beautiful gift to share with others, particularly at the most mutually appropriate moments. The most beautiful gift for any occasion, however, is the gift of genuine appreciation.
With so much suffering in the world, it can be difficult to comprehend the importance of authenticity, of honesty, and of delight. To take a few moments to consider the most worthwhile aspects of your existence, in your memories as well as your current experience, is a profoundly beautiful gift to yourself.
Ordinary humans often fail to balance the losses they have suffered with the beauty of joyfulness. Whenever a situation is stressful, it is necessary to face that discomfort, to understand its cause, and to find a way to improve the situation as quickly as possible.
Mr Mozart and the Mozarty Party have both been prolific. They have also provided the highest quality of art for the public to admire. You will know this yourself if you have been participating in the count up to Mr Mozart's 260th birthday.
To provide both quantity and quality requires a sense of priorities. The Mozarty Party, for example, does not usually have time to answer frequently asked questions, except in a generic sense, much like government representatives, parliamentarians and interviewees on television chat shows.
The quality of questions is of far more interest to us than the vast quantity of simple queries we receive from persons too lazy to do their own basic research. Part of the reasoning for this count up is therefore to encourage people to stop being lazy, greedy and/or bored. There is so much excitement here that we have no time for time wasters.
Many of our supporters in the wider world are not yet active members
of the Mozarty Party. You can meet a few of our supporters in a
digital and ethereal way yourself. They occasionally gather in Lady Facebookian's establishment, for example. As you will already be aware, you can also follow the Mozarty Party's activities by visiting our table in Mr Twitter's Coffee House.
Please let us know your views.
There is usually a music room assistant here at any time of the day or
night to take messages, from every time zone, musical tempo and
psychological temperament. Perhaps you would like to provide your digital signature in the Music Room Visitors' Book, to introduce yourself.
If you are feeling overwhelmed and rather bewildered by your experiences here, please do not worry. Several online tutorials
may assist you. They are provided through the glorious auspices of
the International Training Centre for the Harmonious Interplay of
Beauty, Understanding and Magnificence. A few of those tutorials may even be free of charge.
Learning about history often requires a little guidance. There are many incidents from the
past that still affect the world today, in many sorts of ways. Mr
Mozart and his Mozarty Party colleagues therefore have a very important
role to play in the second Age of Enlightenment even though it is only slowly
We are hoping, very much indeed, that widespread support for enlightenment will occur in time for Mr Mozart's 260th birthday. It would be wonderful to provide him with a gift he truly deserves.
Our membership categories are musically and scientifically proven to provide everyone with a comfortable sense of inclusion. Although some persons have access to larger amplifiers than others, both
literally and metaphorically, the Mozarty Party believes no-one has the
right to impose their musical and political opinions on others in a
democracy, except for appropriately educational, artistic, philosophical and scientific
Although, for most of
the time, sporting competitions, pop singing competitions, and television broadcasts about people's intimate private lives, appear to be of
most interest to unenlightened members of the public, the Mozarty Party believes urgent public policy issues, and their
appropriate methods of redress, can be uppermost in most people's minds
whenever presented appropriately.
Although our main focus here in the music room, over recent months, has been with regards to the preparations for the 260th birthday celebrations in honour of Mr Mozart, for which our countdown and count up are well underway, we have not neglected our other duties concerning other days of the year, next year, or any day in the remainder of this year, or any day beyond next year.
Even though most of the voters, and all the potentially excellent candidates of the world, have neglected us considerably, our patience and tolerance know almost no bounds.
Birthdays can often be representations of drama with jokes and jokes with drama. Today, of course, is Nannerl's birthday. Her experience of the world of mortals was certainly no joke.
Unlike the talented Nannerl, your life could possibly be considered by posterity as a dramma giocoso per musica. Do you usually prefer jokes with drama, drama with jokes, or an undramatic life with cheerfulness and kindness?
If you desire an excellent health service, particularly later in life, you may wish to become the centre of attention in a grand buffo scene, especially in order to receive even a modicum of adequate medical care. Although no-one should be louder or quieter than necessary, it is sometimes necessary to be noisy. Have you ever shocked people into being kind?
In any society, it is necessary to find the right balance between inadequacy and extravagance. It is the same with music, of course.
Every society requires just enough of the right amount of whatever is required to meet everyone's needs satisfactorily. Just enough is often good enough when people would otherwise go without. Such a position usually maintains just enough justice.
In terms of justice, the Mozarty Party will always be considered as being just enough. The Mozarty Party also wishes to do just enough at the ballot box to ensure it wins elections. It already has a beautifully balanced portfolio of policies and other compositions.
Many politicians and musicians have already gathered here in the music room for the countdown and count up to Mr Mozart's 260th birthday celebrations. They are discussing whether musicians have more political influence than politicians in the 21st century.
According to the Duke and Duchess of Wikipedia, politics
is about power, influence, authority and legitimacy in every society,
sort of situation. Politics tends to make a great many people feel
uncomfortable, or at least rather annoyed with inadequately democratic
politicians and other
persons with excessive amounts of power, influence and/or authority.
It is often the case that multicultural personages are more likely to be known as multi-talented, unlike the narrowly educated persons in any society. Even well-informed, well-travelled librettists have been known to use multi-layered, multicultural meanings in their work.
Excellent contacts can be discovered through the World Enlightenment Forum each year, which obviously takes place around the time of Mr Mozart's birthday. Here at the Mozarty Party, we have a great deal of experience in preparing for big events, as you will no doubt be aware. If you are currently preparing for a big event, you will, quite obviously, require some excellent musical and political connections if the occasion is to be as successful as you expect it to be.
On Wednesday 27 January 2016, there will be great celebrations, here in the global campaign headquarters of the Mozarty Party, in Adelaide, for Mr Mozart's 260th birthday. As part of the festivities, we shall be presenting our 260th information session on that special day.
Since we began presenting our policy compositions to the digital sphere in 2009, there have been many changes in the world, few of which have been for the better. Indeed, it seems quite obvious to us that our work towards beauty, understanding and magnificence on a global scale is usually ignored. Alas, this is deeply distressing to us.