Josef Mysliveček

Posthumous portrait of Josef Mysliveček by [[Jan Vilímek Josef Mysliveček (9 March 1737 – 4 February 1781) was a Czech composer who contributed to the formation of late eighteenth-century classicism in music. Mysliveček provided his younger friend Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with significant compositional models in the genres of symphony, Italian serious opera, and violin concerto; both Wolfgang and his father Leopold Mozart considered him an intimate friend from the time of their first meetings in Bologna in 1770 until he betrayed their trust over the promise of an operatic commission for Wolfgang to be arranged with the management of the Teatro San Carlo in Naples. His closeness to the Mozart family resulted in frequent references to him in the Mozart correspondence. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Mysliveček, Josef, 1737-1781
Published 1983
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by Mysliveček, Josef, 1737-1781
Published 1999
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by Mysliveček, Josef, 1737-1781
Published 1983
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by Mysliveček, Josef, 1737-1781
Published 1981
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by Mysliveček, Josef, 1737-1781
Published 1972
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