As Mozart lies dying, a doctor administers a sedative as friends gather around him to sing through passages from his Requiem. To each movement he hears, Mozart recalls a poignant or dramatic incident from his life in Salzburg, Mannheim, Paris, and Vienna.
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About the Author
Erwin Weill,. a distinguished dramaturg and historical novelist in his day, is largely forgotten today. After the Anschluss he was swept up by the Nazis, deported to Terezin, and then to the concentration camp in Riga-Kaiserwald, where he met his death in January, 1942.