The pages below are from one of the final proofs before Vienna for the Music Lover was published in 2006. The unusual color of the text was used in final proofing stages and changed to black at the last minute. The text and pictures in the printed book are much clearer!
- Seeing the various opera houses was a highlight for me. I was really impressed with Vienna and its musical history. How different the concerts are in Europe!
Carole Daley, Destrehan, LAIn Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel2020-10-05T10:10:19-07:00
Carole Daley, Destrehan, LAI think the program could not have been handled better, logistically. Every base was covered - health, trip schedule, timing, etc., etc,. etc.
Robert Branson, Abita Springs, LAIn Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel2020-10-05T10:10:44-07:00
Robert Branson, Abita Springs, LAMy highlights were standing in Vienna's Central Cemetery knowing that the greatest composers were around me.
Mary Jane Butera, New Orleans, LAIn Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel2020-10-05T10:11:07-07:00
Mary Jane Butera, New Orleans, LAThe trip was geared to reach people with a broad range of music interests, knowledge, and abilities. I learned much more than expected.
Paula Boyd, Hagerstown, MDIn Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel2020-10-05T10:11:28-07:00
Paula Boyd, Hagerstown, MDI felt like Dr. Nelson's enthusiasm for his material motivated me to learn. He knows copious amounts of information about these cities and their music. He was easy to talk to and excited to share his knowledge.
Jeni Garlich, Columbia, MOIn Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel2020-09-25T08:45:38-07:00
Jeni Garlich, Columbia, MO00In Mozart's Footsteps - Uncommon Musical Travel
Composers’ Historical Sites