Sources for the reception of Mozart's music since 1791 are overwhelmingly abundant, and any account has to select according to criteria that are logical and compelling. Much of this chapter develops the rationale outlined in the proposal, and sets out the range of sources and the theoretical roots of the methods used to explain them. It sets Mozart's Ghosts in context, bibliographically, aesthetically and axiologically.
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