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When in fact, he had already helped to strongly define the French style of Violin at the time when Mozart traveled there to study. He was a contemporary of Mozart's, and was more established and socially invested in French society by the time of Mozart's arrival. As student of LeClaire & Gossec, and the fact that Mozart borrowed one of his melodies for his ballet Score Les petits riens, wouldn't different comparison of styles be more apropos? Preceding unsigned comment added by Torinhill 00: 40 24 January 2010 only if you can provide reliable sources that say so.-Orange Mike | Talk 00: 50 24 January 2010 CBC documentary Mozart Noir: Reviving Legend features members of the renowned Tafelmusik baroque Orchestra discussing technical challenges of Saint-Georges' music and specifically his influence on Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for Violin, Viola and Orchestra in E-flat major, K. 364. It can be seen at http: / www. Youtube. Com / watch? V = JiOFSSbyBAE & feature = relmfu-Garpinator 01: 01 29 June 2012 so what you're saying is that you can make anachronistic comparison of style without sources, but can't correct it without sources? According to Le Mozart Noir, movie on-George, after returning from Paris as a child, Mozart wrote Symphony concertant with passage in Violin rip off directly from Symphony concertant by-George. Mozart is well-document imitator, especially when younger, though he put his brilliant spin on things. Putting George downstream from Mozart isn't factual in the slightest, and needs citations. 108. 83. 178. 154 22: 19 23 November 2011 passage cited in Le Mozart Noir was from the third movement of his Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola, composed after Mozart's 1777 visit to Paris as an adult, not as a child, and is short enough that it should be considered quote not a plagiarism. Quoting was common practice of composers in European tradition and was done as sort of tip of cap acknowledging the influence of the quote composer. One of better known examples is Franz Schubert's quote of ode to Joy them from Beethoven's ninth Symphony in the finale of his own ninth. In other words, Mozart is letting us know that he was influenced by Saint-Georges, pioneer of genre, in writing his Concertante. BTW, quote piece is Saint-Georges' Concerto for Violin and Orchestra Op. 5, No. 2. Also, comparison to Mozart is not new. As the title of the CBC documentary you cite indicates, he was known as Black Mozart to his contemporaries. It might be fairest to state that each Composer was influenced by other. Garpinator 01: 23 28 June 2012

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