Thanks for your reply.
When I said that I was “of course” familiar with the Wikepedia reference I meant that I had looked at that source before replying to you, as that seemed to be the sensible thing to do. I was not suggesting that my knowledge in this area was any more long-standing than that. Indeed, I had not heard about it except only very vaguely from another source quite recently.
From your reply, could I please ask you to list the most important works (say the top 5 but more if you like) which in your opinion:
1. Mozart definitely did write, with at least 95% certainty.
2. Although credited to Mozart, you consider are definitely not by Mozart, with at least 95% certainty, together with the names of the genuine composer, if not Luchesi.
3. Although credited to Mozart, you aren’t sure either way whether Mozart was the genuine composer but he might not be, with 40-60% probability, again listing the names of the genuine composer.
4. Luchesi wrote which are conventionally credited to Luchesi.
In respect of categories 2 and 3, can you please describe any strictly musicological evidence - in terms of music analysis, style, composition, technique etc - which you may have to support these allegations? Would you be prepared to furnish details of this evidence for independent assessment by a panel of recognized experts drawn from well-established, reputable musicology departments? If so, and if they firmly rejected your arguments on musicological grounds, would you cease to believe your allegations, or would you still adhere to your beliefs based solely on the other evidence you believe you have collected?
In respect of category 4, how would you react if a panel of musicology experts concluded that the works are significantly different - in the sense of being unlikely to have been penned by the same hand - from those they regard as genuine Mozart.
I see that you are preparing for a two 2 part televised documentary on the 'Real life and work of Mozart'. If you manage to pull this off on a major TV network (would it be a UK network?) it should stimulate a much better public debate on the issues than the very limited exposure hitherto. Can you give any idea of the likely future timescale of this documentary? Are you planning a book in advance of such a programme, and if so you can you indicate when this is likely to appear? If not a book, can you say whether you envisage producing any further preparatory learned articles on this subject, and if so in which publication(s) they might appear?
These inquiries in no way indicate that I accept any of your allegations. They are solely aimed at eliciting further information. I trust you will appreciate that these queries are merely examples of the kind of questions - there could be many others - you will very likely face at some stage in the future if you really do plan to pursue your endeavours as far as you indicate.