Eighteenth-Century Performing Materials from the Archive of the Theater an der Wien and Mozart's Zauberflote

Buch, David J.
June 2000
Musical Quarterly;Summer2000, Vol. 84 Issue 2, p287
Academic Journal
Discusses the surviving source materials of eighteenth-century singspiels that were performed in the Theater auf der Wieden in Vienna, Austria. Materials for the opera 'Die Zauberflote,' by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Demolition of the building; Presence of performing materials in the archive of the theater; Contribution to scholarship on Viennese singspiel in this period.


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