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Mozart books we highly recommend

Alfred Einstein: Mozart His Character, His Work ~ 1945, Oxford University Press

Hans Mersmann: Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart ~1972, Dover Publications

Stanley Sadie: The New Grove Mozart ~ 1980, W.W. Norton & Company

Neal Zaslaw with William Cowdery: The Compleat Mozart ~ 1990, W.W. Norton & Company

Robert W. Gutman: Mozart, a Cultural Biography ~ Harcourt Brace, 1999

Agnes Selby: Constanze: Mozart's Beloved, Turton & Armstrong, 1999

Robert Spaethling: Mozart's Letter, Mozart's Life ~ 2000, W.W. Norton & Company

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Mozart websites & online articles we highly recommend

The Mozart Project:

It's hard to say enough about this site. It's comprehensive, authoritative and incredibly easy to navigate. Lots of reading ~ biographies, essays, composition catalog, links ~ it's all there.

Internet Public Library ~ Mozart:

A magnificent educational site run by the University of Michigan. There's a special Music History 102 area created by Robert Sherrane, Cataloging Librarian for the Julliard School in NY ~ it covers everything from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:

Great biographical and other information by Dr. Charles Kenneth Moss

W.A. Mozart:

Additional biographical information and links to other Mozart sites

C Minor Mass Notes & Translations, by Dr. James C. S. Liu

Another interesting perspective on the Grand Mass, a complete text translation plus links to other resources

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Other websites of interest

The Metropolitan Opera:

The Met Orchestra and Chorus are presenting the C Minor Mass on May 16th & 18th, James Levine conducting. We hope to see you there.

The Westchester Arts Council:

The Westchester Arts Council is the largest private nonprofit arts council in New York State serving arts organizations, hundreds of artists and audiences numbering over one million.

The ATT Westchester Arts Network:

Great regional information, including Caramoor and the Performing Arts Center at Pace University


The New York Times' classical music station ~ click the button on the right side of the page to listen to their broadcast as you peruse our site.

Vocal Area Network:

This site is a 'must bookmark' for anyone who either sings in a chorus or is in any way interested in choral music. Highlights include the Concert Calendar, Choir Directory, Choir Auditions page, Info Exchange and an extensive Links Collection along with news and features of interest to the vocal ensemble community.

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