History talk:CSG Standard/Mozart
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. 126.96.36.199 04:32, 30 August 2010 (UTC)