Brahms said, "Be careful when walking in Vienna, don't step on the notes on the ground." So, do you think Vienna is only music?
Vienna is not actually a modern city, but an ancient castle or city-state. The road is winding. In Vienna, you can hardly find a straight road even with a lantern.
When you walk on the street, there always seems to be a corner in the front. An old house may be seen on the left, and a big tree with thick branches may appear on the right. Looking a little to both sides, a bust statue of an artist is upright Staring at you.
In this place where corners meet love everywhere, music seems to be shrouded in your heart. Although this city is the capital of music, I don't think it relies on concerts, not music lessons, nor Beethoven's "Symphony of the Pastoral", but on these quiet, elegant, winding roads and paths. It is the real note on this land.
Perhaps the most famous in Vienna is the Golden Hall. Many Chinese singers are proud to have a concert in the Golden Hall. The Golden Hall of Vienna is the oldest and most modernly equipped concert hall in Vienna. It is the legal venue for the "Vienna New Year Concert" every year.
There is a collection hall in the hall, which contains the master's manuscripts, letters and other manuscripts, including Mozart's manuscripts: "The Last Symphony", Schubert's manuscripts: "Unfinished Symphony" and so on.