Part I. Beginnings, 1781-1782: 1. Settling in Vienna: exploiting opportunities for instrumental performance and composition;
2. Singers and effects: seeking operatic success in Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail; Part II. Instrumental and Vocal Music,
1782-1786: 3. Consolidating experiences and expanding horizons: the instrumental music, 1782-83; 4. 'You can easily imagine
that I must inevitably play some new things': Mozart's piano concertos and other instrumental works for concerts, 1784-1786;
5. Composing, performing and publishing: the 'Haydn' string quartets and other chamber music for publication, 1784-86; 6.
Operas, arias, ensembles, songs and a mass: vocal and dramatic music, 1782-86; Part III. The Da Ponte Operas, 1786-1790: 7.
Le nozze di Figaro; 8. In Prague and Vienna: Don Giovanni, 1787-88; 9. The Figaro revival and Cosi fan tutte; Part IV. Instrumental
Music, 1786-90: 10. For publication and performance: solo and chamber music; 11. Orchestral music and concert activities;
Part V. Mozart in 1791: 12. New beginnings, continuations and endings: Mozart's last year.