Mozart Memorial, Salzburg

Memorial by Munich sculptor Ludwig von Schwanthaler and the royal caster Johann Stiglmaier.

The official unveiling took place on 4 September 1842 on Michaelerplatz (now Mozartplatz) in the presence of Mozart's two sons - Constanze Nissen, formerly Mozart, had died in Salzburg on 6 March of that year. In honour of his father, Franz Xaver Mozart, also referred to as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart jun., conducted one of his own compositions, his Festival Cantata, which is based on motives of his father's works.

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