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In te Domine speravi: MU.MS.606

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Current Location: In storage


In te Domine speravi
In te Domine speravi ; Fuga / [Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]


Composer: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus
Associated name: Fuchs, Aloys
Binder (person): James, Angela



Two examples of fugal exposition.
First work for SATB unaccompanied ; second work for piano. Both works unfinished: the first work of 34 bars, the second 26 bars.
Thematic cat. nos. K. Anh. 23 (166h) and K. Anh. 41 (375g)
Dated in Köchel 6th edition1773 and 1782, but 1774 and 1776 in Ulrich Konrad's "Fragmente" (Kassel, 2002)
Holograph manuscript in ink
Note at end of first work: "Der Unterzeichnete bestättigt hiermit dass die vorliegende 4stim[m]ige Fuge durchaus die eigenhändige Noten- u. Textschrift des unsterblichen Meisters Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarts (geb. 1756, d. 1791) ist. Wien am 23 September 1847, Aloÿs Fuchs, Mitglied der k. k. Hofkapelle in Wien"
Note at end of second work: "Das vorstehende Klavierfuge von W.A. Mozart eigenhändig geschreiben ist, bestättigt, Aloÿs Fuchs, Mitglied der k. k. Hofkapelle in Wien"
Paper: 8 staves (160x265mm); watermark: man holding club in cartouche below crown ; countermark: "ISH" (Tyson WM Nr. 1)
Cover title, in 19th century ms.: "Originale von A.W. Mozart :[?] von F.W. Jähns."
Former shelf mark: Music Box III (12)
Received unbound. Bound in quarter leather with marbled paper sides and vellum tips [by Angela James, 1981?]
1.1.1 B In te Domine speravi C F-4 c 4,CC2C+/8C{6DE}{FG}{AB}4'C,G/
1.2.1 kdb Fuga G G-2 xF c 4-''GFE/DE4.F{6ED}/4CD4.'G{6AB}/

Measurements and weight

1 ms. score (2 leaves) ; 22 x 30 cm.

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Acquisition and important dates

Method of acquisition: Given (1942) by The Friends of the Fitzwilliam Museum


1774 - 1776

Identification numbers

Accession number: MU.MS.606
Primary reference Number: 278928
ALMA control 001: 994834323803606
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Created: Tuesday 15 December 2020 Updated: Tuesday 29 November 2022 Last processed: Wednesday 13 December 2023

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Owner or interested party: The Fitzwilliam Museum
Associated department: Manuscripts and Printed Books

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