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Mozart in Context


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Part I. Personality, Work, Worldview: 1. Personal relationships Simon P. Keefe; 2. Learning and teaching Adeline Mueller; 3. Compositional methods Ulrich Leisinger; 4. Religious views David Wyn Jones; 5. Aesthetic views Edmund J. Goehring; 6. Mozart and contemporary composers Bertil van Boer; 7. Mozart and freemasonry Jessica Waldoff; 8. Mozart iconography Christoph Grosspietsch; Part II. Towns, Cities, Countries: 9. Salzburg Viktor Toepelmann; 10. Vienna David Wyn Jones; 11. Germany Paul Corneilson; 12. Italy Sergio Durante; 13. France Jean-Paul Montagnier; 14. Prague Kathryn L. Libin; 15. London Hannah M. Templeton; Part III. Career Contexts and Environments: 16. Patronage Paul Corneilson; 17. Mozart as impresario Martin Harlow; 18. Publishing Rupert Ridgewell; 19. Theatrical life in Mozart's Vienna Lisa de Alwis; 20. Mozart and finances Jessica Waldoff; Part IV. Performers and Performance: 21. Instrumentalists in Salzburg and abroad Ulrich Leisinger; 22. Instruments and instrumentalists in Vienna Martin Harlow; 23. The opera singers in Vienna Dorothea Link; 24. Mozart's Italian and German singers Paul Corneilson; 25. Mozart the performer-composer Simon P. Keefe; 26. Instrumental performance practice John Irving; 27. Vocal performance practice Sarah Potter; Part V. Reception and Legacy: 28. Reactions to Mozart in his lifetime Ian Woodfield; 29. Biographical and critical traditions Simon P. Keefe; 30. Mozart in theory and analysis Stephen Rumph; 31. The Koechel catalogue Ulrich Leisinger; 32. Mozart's influence on nineteenth-century composers Edward Klorman; 33. Mythmaking Adeline Mueller; 34. Editing Mozart Rupert Ridgewell; 35. Mozart on record John Irving; Further reading; Index of Mozart's works by Koechel number; Index of Mozart's works by genre; General index.

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Brings into focus the vibrant musical, cultural and historical currents of eighteenth-century Europe and how they shaped Mozart's career.

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Simon P. Keefe is James Rossiter Hoyle Chair of Music at the University of Sheffield. He is the author of four books on Mozart, including Mozart in Vienna: the Final Decade (Cambridge, 2017) and Mozart's Requiem: Reception, Work, Completion (Cambridge, 2012), which won the Marjorie Weston Emerson Award from the Mozart Society of America. He is also the editor of six volumes for Cambridge, including Mozart Studies (Cambridge, 2006) and Mozart Studies 2 (Cambridge, 2015). In 2005, he was elected a life member of the Academy for Mozart Research at the International Mozart Foundation in Salzburg.

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