THREE POSTHUMOUS REPORTS CONCERNING MOZART IN HIS LATE VIENNESE YEARS

@article{Buch2005THREEPR,
  title={THREE POSTHUMOUS REPORTS CONCERNING MOZART IN HIS LATE VIENNESE YEARS},
  author={D. Buch},
  journal={Eighteenth Century Music},
  year={2005},
  volume={2},
  pages={125 - 129}
}
  • D. Buch
  • Published 1 March 2005
  • Art
  • Eighteenth Century Music
Three posthumous documents not taken into account in the secondary literature on Mozart may offer insight into the last few years of the composer’s life. While these reminiscences do not solve any mysteries, they could eventually help to shed new light on significant but as yet unresolved biographical questions. 
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MOZART'S BAWDY CANONS, VULGARITY AND DEBAUCHERY AT THE WIEDNERTHEATER
  • D. Buch
  • History
  • Eighteenth Century Music
  • 2016
ABSTRACT Mozart's bawdy canons and use of scatalogical parlance in his letters have been described as indicative of a personality given to crass expression. Moreover, his association with EmanuelExpand

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