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Lucien Karhausen
Xlibris (January 28, 2011)
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This book allows an extensive read that allows a wider view of this legendary musician's medical and psychiatric record. Parts one covers the issue of Mozart's mental health with chapters discussing his extraordinary wit, relation between his mood and musical expression, and some hypotheses, diagnoses and psychiatric narratives.

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The Bleeding of Mozart.

Mozart Ear And Mozart Death. Авторы: Lucien Karhausen. Авторы: Geoffrey Dean, Giovanni Savettieri, Dario Giordano, Carlo Butera, Gerlando Taibi, Salvatore Morreale, Lucien Karhausen. Источник: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health (1979-).

that Mozart had an affinity for gambling, particularly in the form of card games (Karhausen, Lucien. Bloomington, IN: Xlibris, 2011). The book cannot be reached through normal means, and its purpose is unclear.

Before he had been cursed by immortality, it was well-documented that Mozart had an affinity for gambling, particularly in the form of card games (Karhausen, Lucien. It was only natural that he would be drawn to any similar comfort Japan was able to provide, leading to Mozart quickly falling in love with the Japanese game of hanafuda. However, the developers’ intent behind this object becomes apparent when one considers all the events in Mozart’s old life. Foreword by H. C. Robbins Landon. Kennedy, Michael (e.

  • Quellik
This book expresses the results of three decades research. Karthausen presents a revission of every published work, books and papers, on Mozart illness, considering every diagnose made and putting it in contrast with his biographical data and also with the normal attitudes in his time that will be malinterpreted now.
The chapter of Mozart witz is really enjoyable, showing a living and amusing creature, full of vital play.
Very interesting is the presentation of the data related to his last illness, which open some rational possibiloities, leaving out more that results inaccurate.
  • Rolling Flipper
. . . excellent work on the medical condition and circumstances surrounding the death of music's greatest genius.
  • Purestone
Robbins Landon's preface characterizes this book as the most illuminated guide to Mozart's death and previous illnesses. It is a critical analysis of the literature along the line of Otto Eric Deutsch and William Stafford.