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Servant of Two Masters (German opera), opera (fragments) (1783), KV416a (Mozart)

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791)

Servant of Two Masters (German opera), opera (fragments) (1783) KV416a


On February 5, 1783, Mozart wrote to his father: `I am now writing a German opera for myself. I have chose Goldoni`s comedy `Il servitore di due padroni`, and the whole of the first act has now...Read more
On February 5, 1783, Mozart wrote to his father: `I am now writing a German opera for myself. I have chose Goldoni`s comedy `Il servitore di due padroni`, and the whole of the first act has now been translated by Baron Binder. Nothing further is known of this. Scholars are divided whether Mozart ever started the opera, or whether parts are found in other known compositions, such as the Arias K435 and K433.

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Robert LLOYD (bass) & Stuart BURROWS (tenor) / The Academy of St Martin in the Fields / Colin Davies (cond.) / Walthamstow Assembly Hall, London, 1978
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