Mozart and the Keyboard Culture of His Time

Porcelain Box
horizontal rule
The elaborate title pages of eighteenth-century publications served to attract the bourgeois market as much as to honor the dedicatee. Stripped of the music behind it, the title page remains a nostalgic reminiscence of an era of class.

horizontal rule
Mozart Grand Concert Porcelain Box.
horizontal rule

view image

continue tour

Introduction
From Sketch to Completed Work
From Print to CD
How did Mozart Compose?
The Mozart Myth: Tales of a Forgery
Mozart's Images
Mozart's Images Imagined
What the Score Doesn't Tell Us
The Piano Lesson
The Cult of Mozart
Commodification & Kitsch
Credits
Cornell University Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections Cornell University Library

Copyright 2002 Division of Rare & Manuscript Collections
2B Carl A. Kroch Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 14853
Phone Number: (607) 255-3530. Fax Number: (607) 255-9524

For reference questions, send mail to: rareref@cornell.edu
If you have questions or comments about the site, send mail to: webmaster.