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Mozart 2000
London, February 2000

One Day Conference

Mozart 2000

Saturday February 26th 2000,
Goldsmiths College Recital Room
(Room 167)

10.00	Colin Lawson (Goldsmiths College):
		Introduction and welcome
		'WA. Mozart (1756- ), aurifex musicus'

10.30	Anthony Pryer (Goldsmiths College):
		'Demofoonte: Mozart's "Opera in Aria"'

11.15	Coffee

11.30	Cliff Eisen (Kings College, London):
		'Performing Mozart'

12.30	Lunch

1.00	Trio Aurifex (on period instruments)
	Colin Lawson, Margaret Archibald, Barnaby Robson
		Mozart: Divertimenti K439b Nos. 2 and 3
		'Al desio di chi t'adora' K577 (arr. 3 basset horns)
		Stadler: No.4 of six progressive duets (modern premiere)

2.00	Peter Kivy (Rutgers University, New Jersey):
		'Mozart's Second Childhood:
		Reflections on the Concept of Genius'

3.00	John Shaw (Goldsmiths College):
		'The Magic Flute and the End of Enlightenment'

3.45	Tea

4.00	Student forum and discussion:
		Early Mozart Recordings
	Jill Anderson, Susan Garrett, Sebastian Lexer, James O'Doherty

Music Department, Goldsmiths College, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
Telephone: 020 7919 7640
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