Dear Roland,
   Yes - there are contemporary (ie late eigtheenthcentury) intabulations
   of Mozart vocal works in  Kloster Weyarn MS 692. This is a collection
   of songs/arias by Mozart, Dittersdorf, Sussmayer and various others -
   all nicely arranged for voice and mandor(a) .
   The Mozart pieces consist of three arias from Der Zauberflote including
   the famous Queen of the Night aria 'Der HAP:lle Rache kocht in meinem
   Herzen'  (complete with top d's - so dig out your very best coloratura
   sop!). Very idiomatic settings for the mandora with fashionable
   arpeggios and um-cha chords.
   Martyn
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   From: Roman Turovsky <r.turov...@gmail.com>
   To: Roland Hayes <rha...@legalaidbuffalo.org>; "lute@cs.dartmouth.edu"
   <lute@cs.dartmouth.edu>
   Sent: Thursday, 22 September 2016, 10:38
   Subject: [LUTE] Re: Mozart on the lute
   as always -
   [1]http://polyhymnion.org/swv/opus-2.html
   2 items - one WAM, and a Raupach sonata mvt, that was used by WAM in
   his
   4th keyboard concerto.
   RT
   On 9/21/2016 2:14 PM, Roland Hayes wrote:
   >    Aside from Scheidler's song from Don Giovanni, does anyone know of
   >    intabulations contemporary or modern of Mozart's music? r
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References

   1. http://polyhymnion.org/swv/opus-2.html
   2. http://www.cs.dartmouth.edu/~wbc/lute-admin/index.html

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