Bohemia in the Early 19th Century: the ‘Second Life’ of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. A Documentary Study
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The two hundred and twenty-fifth anniversary of the Don Giovanni premiere, in 1787, and the one hundred and seventy-fifth anniversary of the foundation, in 1837, of Prague’s Mozart Denkmal, the first ever Mozart Memorial Collection, housed from then until now in Prague’s Klementinum, offer the opportunity to take a look at Mozart’s standing in the early 19th century in Bohemia – through the eyes of press and writing on music of the time (August Wilhelm Ambros, Wenzel Johann Tomaschek, Joseph Proksch, Ed. Murelli), as well as period arrangements of his works and the ways of their interpretation.
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