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Studies of the Autograph Scores

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$39.00 • £31.95 • €35.00

ISBN 9780674588318

Publication Date: 03/01/1990


391 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

3 examples, 10 tables, 90 figures


  • Abbreviations
  • 1. New Dating Methods: Watermarks and Paper-Studies
  • 2. Redating Mozart: Some Stylistic and Biographical Implications
  • 3. New Light on Mozart’s “Prussian” Quartets
  • 4. La clemenza di Tito and Its Chronology
  • 5. A Reconstruction of Nannerl Mozart’s Music Book (Notenbuch)
  • 6. The Date of Mozart’s Piano Sonata in B-flat, K.333(315c): The “Linz” Sonata?
  • 7. Mozart’s “Haydn” Quartets: The Contribution of Paper-Studies
  • 8. The Origins of Mozart’s “Hunt” Quartet, K.458
  • 9. The Two Slow Movements of Mozart’s “Paris” Symphony, K.297
  • 10. Le nozze di Figaro: Lessons from the Autograph Score
  • 11. The Mozart Fragments in the Mozarteum, Salzburg: A Preliminary Study of Their Chronology and Their Significance
  • 12. The Dates of Mozart’s Missa brevis K. 258 and Missa longa K.262(246a): An Investigation into His Klein-Querformat Papers
  • 13. On the Composition of Mozart’s Cosi fan tutte
  • 14. Mozart’s Use of 10-Staff and 12-Staff Paper
  • 15. Notes on the Genesis of Mozart’s “Ein musikalischer Spass,” K.522
  • 16. Mozart’s D-Major Horn Concerto: Questions of Date and of Authenticity
  • 17. The Rondo for Piano and Orchestra, K.386
  • 18. Some Problems in the Text of Le nozze di Figaro: Did Mozart Have a Hand in Them?
  • Notes
  • Acknowledgments
  • General Index
  • Index of Archival Institutions and Their Holdings
  • Index of Mozart’s Compositions

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