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MUL3930 The Mozart Project

This independent study is designed to allow music students to draw on the extraordinary resources available in Salzburg on the subject of Mozart (Mozart Archives, International Foundation Mozarteum, Landestheater, Marionetteentheater, Library of the Mozarteum, Film Museum, etc.) The student's special interests and her/his area of performance should be reflected in the two assigned papers. The first paper is about a more general topic, whereas the second paper is more focused and related to the work the student chooses to perform at the end of the semester. Her/his performance is introduced by a public lecture s/he prepares.

Terms Typically Offered: Summer
Credits: 3.00

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