The Music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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The Music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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Planté didn't transcribe the whole symphony, alas...
Mozart Planté Symphonie Jupiter K (andante) K 551 2H.pdf
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Does anyone have un-copyrighted scans of the solo piano Rondos?
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WCosand wrote:Does anyone have un-copyrighted scans of the solo piano Rondos?
Everything is available here: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2
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WCosand wrote:Does anyone have un-copyrighted scans of the solo piano Rondos?
There is a (slim) chance you may be able to find them here :)

http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/main/index.php?l=2

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davida march wrote:
WCosand wrote:Does anyone have un-copyrighted scans of the solo piano Rondos?
Everything is available here: http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/start.php?l=2
Thank you very much. What I had in mind was something I could post on my site. Those are actually copyrighted and one must promise to use them in specific ways.
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Walter, I know what the Mozarteum writes about the copyright.
BUT: As a scientific edition the NME had/has a copyright of 25 years after first publication. That means that all volumes of the NME which were published before 1984 are now in public domain. In fact that may have been one of the reasons why they decided to give free pdfs on their website.
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I am curious if any of you have Mozarts solo piano works in particular the Fugues, they are not on IMSLP. Thanks.
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On my Walter Klien CD the first track is a set of variations entitled "8 Variations on a Dutch Song by Christian Ernst Graaf", and gives the K number, "K Anhang 208". The Neue Mozart-Ausgabe website does not have this piece in their catalogue, and it is missing on IMSLP. So I've come here to ask if any of you kind people might happen to have this lovely work to share?
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near wrote:On my Walter Klien CD the first track is a set of variations entitled "8 Variations on a Dutch Song by Christian Ernst Graaf", and gives the K number, "K Anhang 208". The Neue Mozart-Ausgabe website does not have this piece in their catalogue, and it is missing on IMSLP. So I've come here to ask if any of you kind people might happen to have this lovely work to share?
It is in the Neue Mozart-Ausgabe, NMA IX/26 page 3, which may be found here - http://dme.mozarteum.at/DME/nma/nma_con ... p1=-99&l=2

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