Der Morgen und der Abend (Mozart, Leopold)

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Publisher. Info. Augsburg: Johann Jacob Lotters seel. Erben, 1759.
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Work Title Der Morgen und der Abend
Alternative. Title Der Morgen und der Abend den Innwohnern der Hochfürstl. Residenz-Stadt Salzburg melodisch und harmonisch angekündigt. Oder: Zwölf Musikstücke für das Clavier, deren eines täglich in der Vestung Hohensalzburg auf dem sogenannten Hornwerke Morgens und Abends gespielet wird; auf Verlangen vieler Liebhaber, sammt einer kurzen Geschichte von dem Ursprunge der Vestung Hohensalzburg, herausgegeben von Leopold Mozart Hochfürstl. Salzburgischen Cammermusicus.
Composer Mozart, Leopold
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Key F major
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 12 pieces
  1. Jenner. Aria (Moderato) - by Johann Ernst Eberlin
  2. Hornung. Die Fastnacht (Allegro - Presto - Allegro - Presto)
  3. Merz. Adagio (not by L. Mozart - possibly a chorale melody - composer unattributed in preface)
  4. April. Menueto - by Johann Ernst Eberlin
  5. May. Menueto Pastorello
  6. Brachmonat. Scherzo
  7. Heumonat. Menueto
  8. Augustmonat. Aria - by Johann Ernst Eberlin
  9. Herbstmonat. Die Jagd (Allegro)
  10. Weinmonat. Menueto
  11. Wintermonat. Menueto - by Johann Ernst Eberlin
  12. Christmonat. Das Wiegenlied (Tempo di Menueto) - by Johann Ernst Eberlin
  • Einige Veränderungen des Stückes für den Merz (6 Variations on the piece for March) - by L. Mozart. These variations are for keyboard, and were not played (or able to be played) on the Hohensalzburg Hornwerk mechanical organ
First Publication. 1759
Language German
Dedication Herr Landes-Ständen
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Classical
Piece Style Classical
Instrumentation published for keyboard; written for mechanical organ
Extra Information *Twelve pieces intended for the mechanical organ on the Salzburg Fortress, the Salzburger Stier. According to the preface, 5 pieces (the numbers 1, 4, 8, 11 and 12) are by Johann Ernst Eberlin (1702-1762).