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The Mischievous Mozart

The Mischievous Mozart
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The Mischievous Mozart
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The Musical Dice Game

Hear a Set of Variations That Began as a Party Game
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W. A. Mozart in a 1790 portrait by Johann Georg Edlinger

W. A. Mozart in a 1790 portrait by Johann Georg Edlinger.

Papageno and Papagena Sing the 'Stuttering Duet' from 'The Magic Flute'
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Meet the rascal beneath the halo. Mozart could write sublime music and still behave like a little boy. It's the Mischievous Mozart, in all of his wisecracking manifestations. From bowling to musical dice, from party games to slapstick opera, a look at Mozart in his element.

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