Mozart on the Web
The National Arts Center of Canada has a great web site called Arts Alive.
They have music, stories, and activities about many famous composers.
what they say about Mozart.
The Children's Group in Ontario, Canada, has a series of fine recorded audio stories
Classical Kids - A Symphony of Stories for all Ages
which include a couple of good ones about Mozart.
Perhaps you'd be interested to see
the score of Die Zauberflöte,
Mozart's great opera The Magic Flute.
The Music Library of the University of Indiana
has quite a number of scores online.
You might be interested to visit the English language Web site of
Internationale Stiftung Mozarteum,
a foundation for the preservation and presentation of all things Mozart, which has
headquarters in Salzburg, Austria, Mozart's birthplace.
The Mozart Forum has discussions about anything
and everything Mozart, as well as the complete Köchel catalog of his works and an
image gallery of his portraits. This site is aimed primarily at adults.
The Mozart Project has a large bibilography
as well as other information to help in serious Mozart research, as well as another
catalog of his works.
In the United States we cannot visit the places where Mozart lived.
But we can essentially visit the time when he lived at fascinating
places like Colonial Williamsburg.
There the 18th century lives, including 18th