Program #425 From the Mozart Workshop

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Thursday, February 17, 1977

In George Jellinek's discussion of Mozart, he focuses on the "self-borrowing" of musical inspirations from one composition that appear in another. Excerpts from the aria "Un bacio di mano" and the first movement of the "Jupiter Symphony" is one of the examples Jellinek plays to illustrate the reappearance of Mozart's own melodies in his other works.

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George Jellinek

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Jim Mote from Denver

Once again, a moving re-acquaintance with the Vocal Scene, which I enjoyed for many years. Thank you again.

Aug. 18 2013 06:15 PM

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