More about Mozart

Mozart Reconsidered (Again)
“Present-day scholars are picking away at the myths and fantasies that have encrusted the world’s most famous composer. They describe him not as a naïve prodigy or a suffering outcast but as a hardworking, ambitious, successful musician — ‘Mozart as a Working Stiff,’ to borrow the title of a 1994 essay by Neal Zaslaw.”
The New Yorker, 17th July

I haven’t read the article yet, but it sounds promising.

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