Publishing firms are invited to take a ook at two finished manuscripts.
Another manuscript offered here is about Vermeer & Delft
A while ago The second manuscript offered here is about Mozart's travels. I wrote Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, een leven (a life). At present this title only exists in the shape of a Dutch language manuscript form. This book was written in the same richly illustrated history & historical cartography format as the book on Vincent van Gogh which has been published in Dutch and English.
For this Mozart manuscript, research trips for this were made to Vienna (Austrian State Library ; Albertina; Historic Museum) and Salzburg (Salzburg Historical Museum ; Mozarteum) All of these institutions provided research facilities for choosing a first class series of contemporary reproductions, including a stunning full wall-size reprint of the birds'eye view of 18th C Vienna; this map could be turned into a clickable map. This visually and thematically rich book or CD-rom is still waiting to be born.
Fabulous Hi-res large images of the Huber map of Vienna in 1777 see. Huber Vienna / Wien.
Book publishers and CR-rom publishers or DvD publishers: awaken!
Mozart Family tree - Wunderkind on performance tour - British food - Coach travel trhroughout Europe - Backward Austria - Germany as a patchwork blanket.
Leopold and Wolfgang Mozart in Salzburg - artistic life under the authority of the Prince bishop.
European culture - Age of Enlightenment - Rococo - Meissen porcelain - Architecture - Ruling prince, population and power - paris - Kings in Mozar's days
Chapter four focuses on the grand Italian Tour
Chamber music - music at home, in fanfare, at court. Graphs of Mozart composition production.
Music in court life in Vienna under Joseph II (who ruled 1780-1790) - daily life of the beau monde - Burgtheater - Lorenzo da Ponte - parallel comets: Joseph II and Mozart - Divine eroticism - Aloysis Weber - Constance Mozart born Weber - Cosi fan Tutte - Cosi is our social and erotic morality - A pilgrimage to Vienna, with interviews of Vincent and Mary Novello - From Novello manuscript to book production - Turkish war of 1788 - Mozart's Income, expenditure, loans - Dress and interior decoration -
Chapter seven surveys Mozarts life in Vienna as a freemason - discusses symbols - Emperor Joseph II and Freemasonry - freemasons and cathedral builders - Ignaz von Born - Gerhard & Gottfried van Swieten - Angelo Soliman from slave to Leibmohr - American declaration of Independence - Benjamin Franklin - Declaration of the Rights of Men - Voltaire - Freemasonry and the French revolution - the Vatican and Freemasonry - Music for performance in Freemasons Lodges - Zauberflote Magic Flute as a Singspiel on Freemasonry
Chapter eight surveys Mozarts Zauberflote, Magic Flute as a Singspiel on Freemasonry
Chapter nine is about Mozarts requiem.
Chapter ten is about Mozarts sickness, death, burial, laws on burials, modern diagnosis.
All illustrations have been carefully selected in theVienna (Austrian State Library ; Albertina) and Salzburg (Salzburg Historical Museum ; Mozarteum) These provided research facilities for choosing a first class series of contemporary reproductions, including a stunning full wall-size reprint of the birds'eye view of 18th C Vienna; this map could be turned into a large clickable map. This visually and thematically rich book or CD-rom is still waiting to be born.
All images are ready for use, and complete sets of b/w images, captions and copyright info have been collected and entered in a print.
- Page created May 7, 2007. Last updated June 6, 2010. Update 22 oct. 2013 -
Research and copyright by Kees Kaldenbach. A full presentation is on view at www.xs4all.nl/~kalden/