The Pegasus Pocket Guide to Mozart

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Pegasus Books, 2006 - Music - 390 pages
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To celebrate the 250th anniversary of Mozart's birth, an easy-to-use guide to Mozart's life and music, including: symphonies, concertos, operas, a seventy-five-page biography, and a poignant assessment of what the composer means to us today.
  

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Among the crowd of Mozart biographies published for the 250th anniversary of his birth last year, this small but eminently usable guide delivers the most bang for the buck. In the two most substantial ... Read full review

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Contents
1
ALEC HYATT KING 191194
20
Mozart 2006
21
ALAN TYSON 19262000
36
Verse on Mozart
43
STANLEY SADIE 19302005
49
Mozarts singers
115
Mozarts composer contemporaries
131
Other orchestral pieces
205
Chamber music
223
Church and choral music
261
Other sacred works
272
Arrangements of works by Handel
280
Songs
363
Further reading
371
Index of Mozarts works
377

Symphonies
151
Concertos
177

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About the author (2006)

Nicholas Kenyon has been Director of Classical Music at the BBC since 1996. He was a music critic for The New Yorker, The Observer, and The Times [London], and is the author of the influential Authenticity and Early Music. A board member of the English National Opera and the Guildhall School of Music, Nicholas was appointed a CBE in 2001.

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