Haydn, Mozart, & Beethoven: Studies in the Music of the Classical Period

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Contents
List of Plates ix
1. Watermarks are Singles, Too: A Miscellany of Research Notes1
Jan LaRue, New York
2. The Sextet in C Major, by J. C. or J. C. F. Bach?13
Stephen Roe, London
3. A New Manuscript from Clementi's Early Years as a Keyboard Virtuoso21
Oliver Neighbour, London
4. The Triumph of Variability: Haydn's Articulation Markings in the Autograph of Sonata No. 49 in E Flat33
James Webster, Cornell University
5. Haydn's 'Entwurf-Katalog': Two Questions65
Sonja Gerlach, Cologne
6. Haydn's Copyist Peter Rampl85
Günter Thomas, Cologne
7. Mozart and the Four-Hand Sonata K. 19d91
Cliff Eisen, King's College, London
8. The Adagio in F Major, K3 Anhang 206a = K6 Anhang A 65101
Neal Zaslaw, Cornell University
9. A Sketch-Leaf for Mozart's Contredanse 'La Bataille', K. 535115
′ Wolfgang Plath, Augsburg
10. 'N.N.' Revisited: New Light on Mozart's Late Correspondence127
John Arthur, Berlin
11. Mozart's Key Signatures: A Peculiar Feature of his Autograph Scores147
Albi Rosenthal, Oxford
12. Beethoven's Minority151
Joseph Kerman, Berkeley

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