The Treasures of Mozart pays tribute to Mozart's musical brilliance, covering his life and major works in lavish spreads. Follow Mozart as he takes his first steps as a composer, tours Europe as a child genius, struggles to reconcile his artistic vision with his patrons' demands, and achieves fame but not fortune--tragically dying in poverty at 35 years of age. Ten facsimile documents, including autographed score sheets, letters, notebook extracts, and official decrees, provide fresh insight into this great artist.
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John Irving is Professor of Music History and Performance Practice at the University of Bristol, UK. His main interest is in the instrumental music of Mozart, especially the piano and chamber music, on which he has already published three books. Irving is General Editor of a series of monographs on William Byrd, and editor of several volumes of the series Musica Britannica and Corpus of Early Keyboard Music.
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