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Constanze, Mozart's Beloved

Constanze, Mozart's Beloved

S&F is pleased to make available the only scholarly biography of Constanze Mozart, wife of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. 'Constanze, Mozart's Beloved' is written by the highly respected Australian author Agnes Selby, is only available in reputable public libraries and university collections around the globe and is a hardcover edition no longer available in any store.

$29.99



 



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"Selby and Friends gave it a vivid performance. Their raw, rugged rhythmic power conveyed all its boisterous fun while their delicacy preserved its high art values." The Australian March '12 - Read

"Pianist Kathryn Selby has brought together musicians of exceptional calibre who clearly love playing together." The Australian March '12 - Read

"Mellifluous Mozart began the concert, with Kathryn Selby lapping up the voluble piano part with consummate ease." Advertiser Nov '11 - Read

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