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02 Dec 2006

Being there as Mozart dies

By Andrew Clark [Financial Times, 1 December 2006]

Imagine you are a fly on the wall of Mozart’s home in Vienna 215 years ago. Wolfgang Amadeus has been in bed for a week with fever. He invites three friends to his bedside to sing parts of his unfinished Requiem. In the evening his condition suddenly worsens. Within hours he is dead.

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