Mozart at the Gateway to His Fortune
Describes the composer's life after entering into the service of Emperor Joseph II of Austria, discussing the influence of imperial style on his major compositions from this time as well as unfamiliar, incomplete works.
Imperial appointments: Mozart and Salieri -- Explorations outside of Vienna -- Grand ambitions: expanding compositional horizons -- "Vera opera" and The Magic Flute -- "The higher pathetic style of church music" and the requiem -- "Composed just not yet written" -- music never to be heard.
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