John A. Rice - 1998 - 648 Seiten
Many know Antonio Salieri only as Mozart's envious nemesis from the film Amadeus. In this well-illustrated work, John A. Rice shows us what a rich musical and personal history ...
Peter Gay - 1999 - 177 Seiten
Presents a biography of the eighteenth-century Austrian composer
Edward J. Dent, Winton Dean - 1979 - 212 Seiten
Dent's lectures here show that romantic opera had its origins not in Germany but in the music-dramas of revolutionary France.
Daniel Heartz, Thomas Bauman - 1990 - 363 Seiten
Essays discuss the last decade of Mozart's operas, and consider the pertinence of opera outside Vienna at the end of the 18th century
Mary Kathleen Hunter - 2008 - 268 Seiten
This wise and friendly guide to Mozart’s operas encompasses the full range of his most popular works—Figaro, Don Giovanni, Così, Magic Flute, Seraglio, Clemenza di Tito—as ...