Kim Patrick Clow:
>I am guessing it was after Mozart's death, when he (Salieri) became
>involved with sacred music in the first decade of the 19th century?
I found an interesting little review on Salieri's Mass in d minor by
Jane Schatkin Hettrick, where she states that probably each one of his
four Masses were written during war times (1805), in expectation of some
great religious service at a victory...that never came:
There's also a review of the Requiem here:
>Welcome back to the list too!
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