Mozart in Netherlands 1765-66 – Stamps by Netherlands on 250 Years of Mozart’s Visit

Mozart in Netherlands 1765-66 – Stamps by Netherlands on 250 Years of Mozart’s Visit

Mozart and his family stayed in the Netherlands from September 1765 to April 1766. Invitated by Caroline, Princes of Nassau Weilburg, they travelled from France via England and Belgium to the Netherlands.
In the Hague Nannerl got ill first and later on also Wolfgang fell ill, suffering from typhus. At the request of the Princes both of them were treated by the royal doctor and luckily he was able to cure them both.
In the Netherlands concerts were given in the cities Utrecht, Amsterdam, Haarlem and The Hague and they also stayed in Moerdijk and Rotterdam.
While in the Netherland Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed no less than twelve musical works, including two symphonies, K.22 and K.45a/A221, and Galli Matthias Musicum, K.32.

Stamps and Presentation pack with First day Cover are listed

MOZART IN NED FRONT
MOZART IN NETHERLANDS 1765-1766 – PRESENTATION PACK
NED MOZART
FIRST DAY COVER -MOZART IN NETHERLANDS 1765-1766 
MOZART IN NED STAMPS
MOZART IN NETHERLANDS 1765-1766 – STAMPS ISSUED IN 2016
MOZART IN NED INNER
MOZART IN NETHERLANDS 1765-1766 -PRESENTATION PACK 2016

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