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Mozart Studies

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Simon P. Keefe, Cliff Eisen, Julian Rushton, Jessica Waldoff, Dorothea Link, Edmund J. Goehring, Elaine Sisman, Daniel K. L. Chua, James Currie
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  • Date Published: December 2006
  • availability: Available
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9780521851022

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  • Since the bicentennial of Mozart's death in 1991, the principal concern of much Mozart research has been to situate the composer and his music in increasingly well informed biographical, historical, critical and analytical contexts. The contributors to Mozart Studies share this desire to paint ever-more rounded, focused and sensitive pictures of the composer by drawing upon wide-ranging historical materials and critical tools, and to project scholarly understandings considerably beyond the narrow frames of reference that traditionally characterised Mozart research. While chapters are grouped according to the principal areas and topics covered, it is intended that other thematic links between chapters will also emerge, drawing scholars' attention to areas primed for future investigation. In the best traditions of Mozart research, it is hoped that these essays will collectively affirm the vitality of Mozart scholarship and the significant role that this scholarship continues to play in defining and re-defining musicological priorities.

    • Combines traditional scholarship with cutting edge 'new musicological' work
    • Broad coverage of Mozart's works and of the reception of Mozart and his music
    • Investigates many of Mozart's most popular works, providing new insights for scholars and also for Mozart enthusiasts
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    • Date Published: December 2006
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9780521851022
    • length: 266 pages
    • dimensions: 250 x 185 x 23 mm
    • weight: 0.68kg
    • contains: 5 b/w illus. 8 tables 62 music examples
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface Simon P. Keefe
    1. Mozart's leap in the dark Cliff Eisen
    2. 'Greatest effects with the least effort': strategies of wind writing in Mozart's Viennese piano concertos Simon P. Keefe
    3. Play or compulsion? Variation in recapitulations in Mozart's music for wind instruments Julian Rushton
    4. Reading Mozart's operas 'for the sentiment' Jessica Waldoff
    5. 'È la fede degli amanti' and the Viennese operatic canon Dorothea Link
    6. Episode and necessity in 'Non ti fidar' from Don Giovanni Edmund J. Goehring
    7. The marriages of Don Giovanni: persuasion, impersonation, and personal responsibility Elaine Sisman
    8. Myth: Mozart, money, music Daniel K. L. Chua
    9. Postmodern Mozart and the politics of the mirror James Currie.

  • Editor

    Simon P. Keefe, City University London
    Simon P. Keefe is Professor and Head of Music at City University London.

    Contributors

    Simon P. Keefe, Cliff Eisen, Julian Rushton, Jessica Waldoff, Dorothea Link, Edmund J. Goehring, Elaine Sisman, Daniel K. L. Chua, James Currie

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