Mozart Studies, Volume 1

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Cliff Eisen
Clarendon Press, 1991 - 318 pages
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A significant contribution to Mozart scholarship, this book offers a forum for a distinguished group of scholars to provide substantial pathbreaking articles, touching on virtually every important topic of Mozart research, including biography, sources, analysis (of both instrumental and vocal music), and reception. The contributors are the world's leading Mozart scholars, including Cliff Eisen, Albi Rosenthal, Carl Schacter, Maynard Solomon, Alan Tyson, James Webster, Christoph Wolff and Neal Zaslaw, who provide important new directions for future research. Cliff Eisen's article "The Mozarts' Salzburg Copyists" was given the 1991 Alfred Einstein Award by the American Musicological Society.

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Cliff Eisen is a distinguished Mozart scholar, and is currently writing a study of Mozart's Salzburg orchestral music for OUP.

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