Errata

This page lists errata in Mozart’s Music of Friends. If you encounter errors in either the prose or musical examples, please report them by emailing errata [at] MozartsMusicOfFriends [dot] com.

 

Ch. 2: Chamber music and the metaphor of conversation

p. 41, n. 49: In the title of Giuseppe Carpani’s book, the word “celebre” is given with unnecessary accent marks.

p. 42, n. 50: The word “predominantly” is misspelled.

Ch. 3: Private, public, and playing in the present tense

p. 82: In the title of Giorgio Pestelli’s book, the preposition “di” is misspelled as “de.”

Ch. 4: Analyzing from within: toward a theory of multiple agency

p. 115, n. 6: The city “Brescia” is misspelled in the citation of Stefano Guazzo’s book.

Ch. 5: Multiple agency and sonata form

p. 178: The word “gruppetto” is misspelled here and elsewhere in the book.

Ch. 6: Multiple agency and meter

p. 253, n. 90: Each reference to mm. 88–89 should instead read 83–84.

Ch. 7: An afternoon at skittles

In the online resources accompanying this chapter, a pair of mislabeled harmonies appears in Score 7 and in Video 7. In the Adagio movement, in mm. 24 and 97, the chords labeled Fr 4/3 are actually II 4/3 chords (with modal mixture).

Epilogue

p. 291: A space is missing in the phrase “score- vs. performance-centered.”

Bibliography

The date of Fabio Morabito’s dissertation, “Authorship, Performance, and Musical Identity in Restoration Paris,” is erroneously given as 2016. It should be dated 2015.