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Mozart In Prague : Essays On Performance, Patronage, Sources, and Reception / Ed. Kathryn Libin.

Publisher: Mozart Society Of America
Series: Congress Reports
ISBN13: 9788088081067

21 articles from the conference held in Prague, June 2009. The articles are in six sections: Music and Patronage in Central Europe -- Musical Practice in Bohemia -- Mozart's Singers -- Mozart and Theatre -- Guardasoni and Italian Opera -- Don Giovanni. With an introduction and indices. Music…


Mozart Studies 2 / edited by Cliff Eisen.

Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN13: 9780198163435

Articles: R usseau, the Countess and the female domain; Genre, gesture and meaning in Mozart's Prague Symphony; The Mozarts' Salzburg music library; Tona organization in the Opera Buffa of Mozart's time; Mozart's 'Haydn' Quartets: a evaluation of the autographs and first edition. Music, facsimiles,…


Performing Operas For Mozart : Impresarios, Singers and Troupes.

Publisher: Cambridge Univ. Press
ISBN13: 9781107014299

Woodfield studies the practical aspects of how Mozart's operas were mounted during his lifetime. The book focuses mainly on the productions of the Italian opera company in Prague, managed by Pasquale Bondini and Domenico Guardasoni. With an introduction, appendices, bibliography and index. Thirteen…


Mozart-Jahrbuch 2011.

Publisher: Baerenreiter
Series: Mozart-Jahrbuch
, 2011
ISBN13: 9783761823224

…the life and music of Mozart, including essays on Le Nozze di Figaro, the Requiem and 19th century fiction, the reception of Don Giovanni in Vienna, publications of Mozart in Prague, and more. This volume also includes a bibliography of recent writings on Mozart. With a preface. Music examples.…


Sinfonie Nr. 38 D-Dur, K. 504 (Prager Sinfonie) : Facsimile-Edition / Ed. Ulrich Konrad..

Publisher: Laaber-Verlag
Series: Meisterwerke Der Musik Im Faksimile
, Band 34
ISBN13: 9783890077925

A facsimile of the autograph for Mozart's Prague Symphony, which is held in the Biblioteka Jagiellonska Krakow. With an introduction in German and English.


Symphony No. 38 In D Major, K. 504 (Prague) / edited by Richard Clarke.

Publisher: Eulenburg Editions
Series: Eulenburg Audio + Score
, No. 71
ISBN13: 9783795765712

In three movements. With a preface in English and German. Mozart composed this symphony in 1786, and it was premiered in January of the following year. The CD includes a full performance by the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Helmut Müller-Brühl.


Symphony No. 1 In D, K. 504 (Prague) : For Pianoforte, Flute, Violin and Cello / arr. J. N. Hummel.

Publisher: Artaria Editions
Series: Mozart's Six Grand Symphonies, Arr. Hummel
ISBN13: 9781927163528

Edited by Uwe Grodd. This is the first of six Mozart symphonies which Johann Nepomuk Hummel arranged for flute, violin, cello and piano during the 1820s. This edition is based on the volume published by Chapell and Co. in London, 1823-24. With a foreword.


Concerto In C Major : For Bassoon and Orchestra - Piano reduction.

Publisher: Musica Rara

Although a contemporary of Haydn and Mozart, Neruda's music is basically baroque in character. He composed 18 symphonies, 14 instrumental concertos an 6 trio sonatas. This edition is based on the manuscript in the National Museum, Prague / from the brief introduction by William Martin, London 1992.


Papageno-Polka, Op. 55 : For Clarinet In A (Or Flute Or Violin), Trumpet In B Flat, Tuba and Piano.

Publisher: International Music Co.

Arranged and edited by Kenneth Cooper. In one movement. With a preface, bibliography and biographical notes. Stasny was born in Prague, and spent much of his adult life in Germany. This piece is based on motives from Mozart's The Magic Flute. It was originally composed for orchestra.


Sinfonia In F Major (Altner F4) : For 2 Oboes, 2 Horns, 2 Violins, Viola, Cello/B.C.

Publisher: Artaria Editions
ISBN13: 9781877170720

Dussek was the most prominent composer of instrumental music in 18th century Prague. His house was an important centre of musical activity and through his wife, Josepha, a celebrated soprano, he established a relationship with Mozart and his family.


Symphonie D-Dur (Prager), K. 504 / Edited By Cliff Eisen.

Publisher: Breitkopf & Haertel

Although this symphony has been given the nickname of Prague, it cannot be proven that Mozart composed it specifically for his 1787 Prague concert. With a preface in German and English.

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Clemenza Di Tito, K. 621 : Facsimile Of The Autograph Score.

Publisher: Packard Humanities Institute
Series: Mozart, Wolfgang A. - Operas In Facsimile
, Vol. 7
ISBN13: 9781933280127

…the Prague premiere on 6 September 1791 (Staatbibliothek zu Berlin - Preussischer Kulturbesitz, shelfmark Tm 1125-R) --illustrations --v. 1. Facsimile of score -- v. 2. Commentary --facsimile of libretto --facsimile of recitatives not transmitted in a Mozart autograph. This fine edition is in two…

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