Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Perspectives from His Correspondence

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Ariadne Press, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 102 pages
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The world is familiar with Mozart the composer, but in his private life he lived a variety of other roles: husband, father, son, and cousin, among others. The intent of Gloria Kaiser's edited and adapted collection of excerpts from his personal correspondence is to present an intimate creative revelation of Mozart the man from perspectives other than the one from which he is commonly viewed. Within that representation of a great, yet tragic existence, the famous composer emerges as a human being whose emotions and experiences are not far removed from our own.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was a prolific and influential composer. Since its first performance in 1791, The Magic Flute has been a crowd pleasing opera and it remains one of the most celebrated in its genre.

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