* ArchivePanic: You might experience this after buying the Complete Works -- ''170'' [=CDs=].
* OvershadowedByAwesome: May have happened to Nannerl, but it may have just been because she was a girl.
* ValuesDissonance: A strange incidence, not between Mozart and the 21st century viewer, but with viewers only 20 or 30 years younger than himself (if that): while Don Giovanni's plot deals with violence, rape and sex under coercion, this generation found its AllMenArePerverts premise ''far'' less shocking than the AllWomenAreLustful premise of ''Theatre/CosiFanTutte'' (where the girls only get engaged and may not even kiss their boyfriends from whirlwind romances while already on a promise with other men.) According to Beethoven this was 'an insult to all women' -- it was so shocking that it disappeared from the repertoire for over a century.
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