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Mozart's Symphonies: Context, Performance Practice, Reception… (edició 1991)
de Neal Zaslaw
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Mozart's Symphonies: Context, Performance Practice, Reception (Clarendon Paperbacks) de Neal Zaslaw
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First published in hardback, in 1989, Mozart's Symphonies is the first serious attempt in any language to survey the entire panorama of Mozart's symphonic works. Accounting for every symphony associated with Mozart involved the identification and evaluation of nearly a hundred symphonies.Professor Zaslaw placed each symphony in its musical and cultural context, and addressed such questions as how and why the symphonies were written, how they were disseminated, who paid for them, who played them, who listened to them, and what those involved thought of them. The role of the symphonyin Mozart's creative life and his contribution to the genre was also examined.The result is a classic of Mozart scholarship, which offers an outstanding contribution to Mozart literature in this generation. This paperback edition makes that contribution more widely known in this year, the bicentenary of Mozart's death.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)784.2092 — Arts and Recreation Music Instruments and instrumental ensembles and their music [formerly: Voice and vocal music] Full symphony orchestra [formerly: Complete choral works]
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