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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791). Autograph letter, Frankfurt am Main, 28.IX.1790, to his wife Constanze in Vienna. 1 page. Describes his journey from Vienna to Frankfurt (where he was to play the "Coronation Concerto" K. 537 on October 15th) and discusses their pressing financial problems.

Title [Autograph letter] : September 28 1790 : Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart to Constanze Mozart.
Contributors Mozart, Constanze, 1763-1842 (addressee)
Original Library/publisher The National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel
Creation Date 1790
Notes See translation and English translation:
A facsimile edition of letter was published by Bärenreiter Verlag in 2020.
Call number at Current Custodian The National Library of Israel Jerusalem Israel current owner lat
Host Item Archive of Alex Cohen item No. 1
Archive of Alex Cohen
Language German
Call Number R-MUS
Credits מאוסף הספרייה הלאומית
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