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Mozart and the Habsburgs

Derek Beales

Mozart and the Habsburgs

by Derek Beales

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Published by University of Reading in [Reading] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, -- 1756-1791.,
  • Habsburg, House of.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Derek Beales.
    SeriesThe Stenton lecture -- 26, 1992, The Stenton lectures -- 26, 1992.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination27p. ;
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15112977M
    ISBN 100704902249

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (mōt´särt, Ger. vôlf´gäng ämädā´ŏŏs mō´tsärt), –91, Austrian composer, rg. Mozart represents one of the great peaks in the history of music. His works, written in almost every conceivable genre, combine luminous beauty of . The Habsburg encirclement was nearly completed, when in the archdukes also attained the County of Tyrol in the west. Only in the northwest, Salzburg bordered on the Duchy of Bavaria (raised to an Electorate in ), to which it formerly belonged to, and the tiny Berchtesgaden Provostry which was able to retain its independency until the.

    The urban contexts of Vienna for Mozart’s Abduction and Venice for Rossini’s L’italiana suggest the particular importance of these two cities, which were both major operatic capitals and also the political capitals of the two states—the Habsburg monarchy and the Venetian republic—which maintained long land borders with the Ottoman. A Life in Letters by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Waldstein: Excellent selection of letters, almost exclusively by Mozart and his father, that cover the whole life of the great editorial work by Cliff Eisen (introduction, footnotes, appendices, linking biographical notes). Very readable and revealing, not to mention illuminating about the massive and meticulous research which David /5(2).

    with Segways to Schoenbrunn Palais - most famous Habsburg residence | On the historical tracks of the city of Vienna, from its lowest social benefices to the most important baroque palace of the Habsburgs, we lead you on this wonderful tour. We visit the oldest secular building in Vienna, roam Mozart's story and glide under the 'Gate to the West'. Mozart and the Habsburgs! Accompanied by local experts, learn why Vienna in the 18th century was the musical capital of Europe. Visit Mozart’s house where he composed The Marriage of Figaro and enjoy a private concert in the very chamber where Mozart himself irst performed in Vienna as a young man. Enjoy an evening in Vienna. (B,L,D).


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Book Summary The illustrated life-story of the world's most beloved composer, bringing vividly to life the man himself, his influences, achievements, and the glittering milieu of the Habsburg empire in eighteenth-century Europe. We think we know the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's life.

“In a rollicking book that is part travelogue and part history, Winder takes up the unwieldy topic of the Habsburgs. The sprawling family empire ruled much of Europe for more than centuries, owing to a combination of 'cunning, dimness, luck, and brilliance.'Reviews: The Hofburg is composed of a set of buildings with magnificent architecture that comprises a city unto itself.