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Mozart's enduring attractiveness, between song fanatics as a composer and between tune historians as a topic for persevered learn, lies on the middle of The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia. This reference e-book services either as a kick off point for info on particular works, humans, areas and ideas in addition to a summation of present considering Mozart. The prolonged articles on genres mirror the newest in scholarship and new methods of considering the works whereas the articles on humans and areas offer historic framework, in addition to interpretation.
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Her son Joseph (r. 1780–90), however, believed fanatically that the territories he ruled, however diverse and scattered, should be made administratively homogeneous and be equally subject to his absolute sovereignty, which he claimed to exercise from above for their good. In his so-called ‘pastoral letter’ of late 1783, addressed to all his officials and soon published, he declared: Since the good can only be one, namely that which concerns the whole and the greatest number, and likewise all the provinces of the Monarchy only form a single whole, and thus can have only one purpose; .
A. Stein. The collegium musicum often purchased Leopold’s symphonies and incidental orchestral music, and even from Salzburg he was able to monitor their performance and distribution. Understandably, Augsburg was among Leopold’s first ports of call when he began touring with Wolfgang. The family first visited in 1762, from 22 June until 6 July; Mozart and his sister gave concerts on 28 and 30 June and on 4 July. On 19 July, an article praising them appeared in the local Extract-Schreiben oder .
1781). simon p. keefe O. E. Deutsch, ‘Das Fr¨aulein von Auernhammer’, Mozart-Jahrbuch 1958, 12–17 Augsburg. City in Bavaria, Germany; birthplace of Leopold Mozart. A city of distinguished cultural achievement, Augsburg during Leopold Mozart’s childhood was still suffering from the ravages of the Thirty Years War, and unlike most German cities of the time was split between Lutherans and Catholics, a situation that was to have consequences for Mozart. Musical activity had been revived first at the Lutheran Barf¨usserkirche and the cathedral, St Anna; prominent Catholic institutions included St Ulrich and St Afra, the Augustinian monastery of the Holy Cross, the collegiate chapter of St Moritz and the Jesuit church of St Salvator.