The largest special archive for sound and image recordings of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart"s life and work is the Mozart Sound and Film Collection, opened in Salzburg in 1991.
Over 30,000 audio titles (the oldest dating from 1889) and 4000 video productions can be used by visitors on site. Many musical works are available in over 100 different interpretations. The collection includes work interpretations, rehearsal recordings, documentaries and feature films, portraits, radio plays and children"s films.
The Mozart sound and film collection is open to all visitors free of charge and is aimed at researchers and students, Mozart lovers, but also at school classes, singers and instrumentalists, conductors and directors. Film screenings for groups can also be arranged on our big screen.