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Newsletter of the Mozart Society of America

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Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music

Encounters with Eighteenth-Century Music

A virtual forum sponsored by the Mozart Society of America along with the American Bach Society (ABS), the American Handel Society (AHS), the Haydn Society of North America (HSNA), and the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music (SECM).

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Bach and Mozart: Connections, Patterns, and Pathways

Conference Proceedings for the 2020 Joint Meeting of the American Bach Society and Mozart Society of America, Bach and Mozart: Connections, Patterns, and Pathways. Edited by Paul Corneilson, these proceedings are published in Bach Perspectives, Vol. 14 and are available for members at a 30% discount through June 2024 from University of Illinois Press. DETAILS

Munich’s Cuvilliés Theater: A Stronghold of Metastasian Opera Turned into a Labora­to­ry of Mozart’s Musical Theater

A generously illustrated study of the theater in the Munich Residenz where Mozart’s opera Idomeneo was first performed. By Karl Böhmer. DETAILS

The Estates Theater

Prague’s Estates Theater, Mozart, and Bohemian Patriotism

An architectural and cultural history of one of Europe’s oldest, still operational theaters, and the place where Mozart’s Don Giovanni ​and La clemenza di Tito were first performed. By Martin Nedbal. DETAILS

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Mozart in Prague: Essays on Performance, Patronage, Sources, and Reception

Edited by Kathryn L. Libin and published in collaboration by the Institute of Ethnology of the Czech Academy of Sciences, the Mozart Society of America, and the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music in 2016. DETAILS

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The Autobiography of Ludwig Fischer, Mozart’s First Osmin

The autobiography of one of Mozart’s basses, including editions of some of the arias he sang. Translated with commentary by Paul Corneilson. DETAILS

Anti-Da Ponte

An anonymous attack on the work and character of Mozart’s most famous librettist. Translated with commentary by Lisa de Alwis. DETAILS

Early Mozart Biographies

Read full texts of Mozart biographies published between 1793 and 1839. DETAILS