- 1 - Mozart - 2 - Story about a rescue from a harem - 3 - Stephanie headed up the National Singspiel - 4 - Stephanie prisoner in the Seven Years' War - 5 - In The Abduction from the Seraglio - 6 - Belmonte tracks his beloved to the Pasha’s estate - 7 - The death penalty would have been 'normal' - 8 - Mozart gave the story a profoundly uplifting ending - 9 - He values what money cannot buy. - 10 - Mozart might have replied to the critics - 11 - Mozart had overturned the table - 12 - But did Mozart go far enough? - 13 - Francisco Goya produced a series of 3 etchings on the truth - 14 - Will She Rise Again? - 15 - This is the Truth - 16 - Belmonte attempts an abduction of the truth - 17 - She is free here to experience the truth of her being - 18 - You want her to be dead again - 19 - If she wishes to live in chains - 20 - Do you know the truth when you see it? - 21 - You will soon see the truth yourself - 22 - The term 'seraglio' refers to a segregated compound - 23 - By its vertical nature empire, is a seraglio - 24 - The opposite to the seraglio is the lateral world - 25 - The success of civilization - 26 - Russia's 1917 February Revolution that had ousted the Tsar - 27 - The French Revolution failed for the same reason - 28 - The American Revolution succeeded - 29 - Demonstrated in the 1600s in the Bay Colony of Massachusetts - 30 - The seraglio was rebuilt so fast in America - 31 - Oligarchic system is evident by the Titanic being sunk - 32 - Mozart's gift to humanity was - 33 - Mozart may have said to anyone who could hear him - 34 - The proof is in the pudding. This is the truth. - 35 - Joseph II free to realize his ideals of enlightened government - 36 - American revolt against the seraglio of the British Empire - 37 - The American Revolutionary War had began in 1775 - 38 - Continental Congress declared independence on July 4, 1776 - 39 - Washington's crossing the Delaware - 40 - A key victory was won on October 17, 1777 - 41 - The Treaty of Alliance in 1778 - 42 - On May 12, 1780, the British had essentially won - 43 - Washington was on the loosing street - 44 - Mozart an abduction from a seraglio, with his opera Zaide - 45 - The Battle of Vienna in 1683 had been a critical victory - 46 - Vienna had been besieged twice - 47 - The timing tells a significant story - 48 - Something unexpected ended the American Revolutionary War - 49 - Cornwallis was waiting in Yorktown for the British Royal Navy - 50 - French defeated a British fleet at the Battle of the Chesapeake - 51 - When Washington arrived outside Yorktown - 52 - Cornwallis surrendered his entire army - 53 - The world had been radically changed in 1781 - 54 - Mozart had pulled off his stunning cultural effect - 55 - The abduction that Mozart had carried out - 56 - Mozart had said with his opera, 'this is the truth.' - 57 - Mary Baker Eddy's development work of Christian Science - 58 - Joseph's revolutionary concepts had remained alive - 59 - When Mozart composed 'The Abduction from the Seraglio' - 60 - The power of good over the nations
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