Mozart is perhaps the greatest composer who ever lived. His music, like Shakespeare's prose, expresses every facet of the human condition, and transcends time and place.
This new title in the Treasures series pays tribute to Mozart's musical brilliance, covering his entire life and major works in a series of lavish spreads. Follow Mozart as he takes his first steps as a composer, tours Europe as a child genius, struggles to reconcile his artistic vision with his patrons' demands, and achieves fame but not fortune--tragically dying at only 35 years of age in abject poverty.
Learn, also, about his encounter with Haydn, connection with the Masons, and marvelous operas: "The Marriage of Figaro," "Don Giovanni," " Cosi fan tutte," and "The Magic Flute."
Boxed sidebars and facsimile documents complete the exquisite slipcased package, which comes complete with a CD of Mozart's most enchanting pieces.
Facsimile Documents Include:
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Comments about The Treasures of Mozart:
Great reference book with exquisite illustrations. Makes reference reading about the composer, a pure joy.
Format: Book with Other Items
Number Of Pages: 64
Published: 3rd September 2009
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 31.3 x 28.1 x 4.0
Weight (kg): 1.402