History talk:CSG Standard/Mozart

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6 Minuets for Orchestra in D major, K. 61f/105

According to Not by Mozart in K1 at the very helpful MozartForum, this work was really by Michael Haydn. -- Crazee canuck 17:18, 10 July 2009 (UTC)
Thanks, I must have missed that one - and I agree, a great reference site :) -- Brianfreud

Spurious wiki page

Started at CSG Standard/Mozart/Spurious, assuming it's OK.


The page is too large to edit, at the moment. So, I guess a section here for corrections is in order, until we get Works and can merge the corrections back in.

Another option is to shrink the page until it is editable, then apply corrections to the page. A way to shrink the page is to break it into sub-pages: Mozart/Symphonies, Mozart/Operas/Don_Giovanni, etc. JimDeLaHunt 06:25, 3 October 2011 (UTC)
271H Divertimento No. 15 for 2 Horns, 2 Violins, Viola & Double Bass in B-flat major, K. 271H/K3 271b/287 "Lodron Serenade No 2": II. Tema con variazioni. Andante grazioso con variazioni
K. 320d/364 Should this be in "E-flat major" rather than "E major"? Sinfonia Concertante
K. 527 (Don Joe) Act I, Scene XIV. Recitativo "Come mai cerder deggio" (Don Giovanni) should say "creder" instead of "cerder" and "Don Ottavio" instead of "Don Giovanni" JimDeLaHunt 06:25, 3 October 2011 (UTC)

Mentioned to me as erronious; needs to be checked: The Introduction K. 626a/44 and Cadenza K. 626a/45 are for the third movement, not the second one. BrianSchweitzer 22:52, 31 January 2011 (UTC)

Long long names

Don't you think most of the names are really long? -- [user:sinasab |sinasab]

Work names follow CSG; CSG defines titles which do tend to be rather long. There's nothing negative about that, however. 04:32, 30 August 2010 (UTC)