Wednesday, January 18, 2006

Article: British Library Unveils Online Mozart Musical Diary

I ran across this article while working on something very unrelated! The article states:
Users can browse Mozart's handwritten pages and listen to short introductions from 75 of the eighteenth century composer's works, among them opening bars of a number of "lost" works, including "Little March in D," which was recorded for the first time for the online exhibit.
There are many other words on this site. You'll need the Shockwave plug-in to view the pages. The software really does a wonderful job integrating the text, audio, music and images. This is a VERY cool web site!

Technorati tag:

No comments: