Mozart Decoded

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Mozart Decoded
Mozart Decoded DVD cover.jpg
DVD cover
Written by Kevin Sullivan
Directed by Kevin Sullivan
Theme music composer Peter Breiner
Country of origin Canada
Original language(s) English [1]
Producer(s) Trudy Grant
Running time 50 minutes (approx.)

Mozart Decoded is a 2008 documentary about the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart produced by Sullivan Entertainment. The film was made as a follow up to Sullivan Entertainment’s Magic Flute Diaries and uses a lot of the same visual material. The program premiered on December 20, 2008 on A-Channel in Canada.[2][3]


A detailed look the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mozart Decoded starts with Mozart’s upbringing and follows his life through his success and affiliations. A priority of this documentary is finding out what motivated Mozart’s work and how organizations like the Freemasons impacted his most popular operas.


  1. ^ Mozart Decoded at the Internet Movie Database
  2. ^ Windsor, The (2008-12-20). "Film delves into life of Mozart". Retrieved 2012-04-02. 
  3. ^ Bell Media Site, The (2008-12-02). "It's a Holly Jolly Lineup this December on 'A'". CTV. Retrieved 2012-04-03. 

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