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“Today we know more about this than Mozart”

On the 230th anniversary of the composer’s death, it is necessary to take a look at his requiem. But Mozart’s son is also in the spotlight this year – for his 230th birthday.

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“Mozart’s Last Days”: Anonymous oil copy after the painting by Hermann Kaulbach.

Mozart’s youngest son was still an infant when the family mourned his father on December 5, 1791. Paintings and engravings have repeatedly shown how the composer lay on his death bed in the days before his untimely death, surrounded by concerned relatives and friends and giving final instructions for the requiem, on which he worked to the last breath.

In a new, short film that the International Mozarteum Foundation posted on its social media channels this week …

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Accessed on December 3rd, 2021 at 9:48 am on https://www.sn.at/kultur/musik/davon-wissen-wir-heute-mehr-als-mozart-113429074

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