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Mozart in Anglophone Cultures


Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Dorothea Flothow and Wolfgang Görtschacher

Contents: Ulrike Steinhäusl/Herminio Domingo: Daines Barrington Meets Little Mozart: An Account of a Very Remarkable Young Musician – Michaela Schwarzbauer: Father and Son: Reflections on a Strange Relationship on the Basis of Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus – Beatrix Hesse: Amadeus and Narrative Unreliability – Mohit K. Ray: Don Giovanni and the «Circe» Chapter of Ulysses – Milada Franková: The Magic Sound of The Magic Flute in Barbara Trapido’s Temples of Delight – Glyn Pursglove: Opera into Novel: Così fan tutte, Don Giovanni, Amanda Prantera and Jill Paton Walsh – Adi Wimmer: Mozart in the Antipodes – D. M. de Silva: John Heath-Stubbs: The Mozart Poems – Rama Kundu: Sequel as Inversion: «Don Juan in Hell»: Shaw’s Intertextual Sequel to Mozart’s ‘Opera of Operas’ – Claudia Jeschke: Dancing Mozart in the USA: George Balanchine and the ‘Invention’ of the American Ballet – C. C. Barfoot: Advice from Mozart: Michael Kelly’s Reminiscences – Helga Hushahn: George Bernard Shaw and Mozart – Christopher Smith: Linley and Mozart – Ludmilla Kostova: Viewing Mozart and His Magic Singspiel Through Seriocomic Spectacles: W. H. Auden’s «Metalogue» to The Magic Flute.