Mozart and the Keyboard Culture of His Time

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Department of Music
Neal Zaslaw
Herbert Gussman Professor of Music
Curator
Augustus Arnone Curator
Emily Dolan Curator
Wiebke Thormählen Curator
Sidney Cox Library of Music and Dance
Lenore Coral,
Music Librarian
Curator
Division of
Rare and Manuscript Collections
Katherine Reagan,
Curator of Rare Books
Managing Curator
Margaret Nichols,
Head of Technical Services
Chief Editor
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Division of
Rare and Manuscript Collections
Jennifer Conklin
Graphic Design, Web Design & Construction
Susette Newberry Web Construction
Cornell Institute for Digital Collections
Rhea Garen Digital Imaging 
David Louis Jones Digital Imaging 

William Marquis

Digital Imaging 
Cornell Communication
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Deena Rambaum Invitation & Poster Graphic Design
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Installation & Administration
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Department of
Preservation & Conservation:

Michele Brown
Roger Clearwater
John Dean
Pat Fox
Michele Hamill
Amy Stecher
Facilities Operations:
Tom Cotton
Victor Maine
Division of
Rare and Manuscript Collections:

C. J. Lance-Duboscq
Elaine Engst
Bryan Vliet
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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

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