The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1769-1791) (Volume 1) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1769-1791) (Volume 1)  by  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1769-1791) (Volume 1) by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 Excerpt: ...that you might hear her. My air that DeMoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 Excerpt: ...that you might hear her. My air that De Amicis used to sing, and the bravura aria Parto m affretto, and Balla sponda tenebrosa she sings splendidly.

Pray do all you can MATERNAL FEARS. 163 to insure our going to Italy together. You know my greatest desire is--to write operas. I will gladly write an opera for Verona for thirty zecchini, solely that Madlle. Weber may acquire fame by it- for, if I do not, I fear she may be sacrificed. Before then I hope to make so much money by visiting different places that I shall be no loser. I think we shall go to Switzerland, perhaps also to Holland- pray write to me soon about this.

Should we stay long anywhere, the eldest daughter Josepha, afterwards Madame Hofer, for whom the part of the Queen of the Night in the Flauto magico was written would be of the greatest use to us- for we could have our own manage, as she understands cooking. Send me an answer soon, I beg. Dont forget my wish to write an opera- I envy every person who writes one- I could almost weep from vexation when I hear or see an aria. But Italian, not German--seria, not buffa I have now written you all that is in my heart- my mother is satisfied with my plan. The mother, however, adds the following postscript: --No doubt you perceive by the accompanying letter that when Wolfgang makes new friends he would give his life for them.

It is true that she does sing incomparably- still, we ought not to lose sight of our own interests. I never liked his being in the society of Wendling and Ramm, but I did not venture to object to it, nor would he have listened to me- but no sooner did he know these Webers than he instantly changed his mind. In short, he prefers other people to me, for I remonstrate with him sometimes, ...



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