This volume of essays on Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart reflects scholarly advances made over the last thirty years. The studies are broad and focused, demonstrating a large number of viewpoints, methodologies and orientations and the material spans a wide range of subject areas, including biography, vocal music, instrumental music and performance. Written by leading researchers from Europe and North America, these previously published articles and book chapters are representative of both the most frequently discussed and debated issues in Mozart studies and the challenging, exciting nature of Mozart scholarship in general. The volume is essential reading for researchers, students and scholars of Mozart's music.
Simon P. Keefe is James Rossiter Hoyle Chair and Head of Music at the University of Sheffield, UK. Cliff Eisen, Derek Beales, Dorothea Link, Julia Moore, Maynard Solomon, Daniel Heartz, Stefano Castelvecchi, Scott Burnham, David J. Buch, Thomas Bauman, A. Peter Brown, Mark Evan Bonds, Richard Kramer, Simon P. Keefe, Robert D. Levin, Dexter Edge, Katalin Komlos.