Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's final year

Richard Wigmore
Wednesday, September 30, 2015

The story of the last 12 months of Mozart’s life and his shockingly early death at 35 became something of an obsession during the 19th century – a situation that has barely abated since. Richard Wigmore unfolds the chronology and music of that extraordinary and fateful year

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