Bach's Influence Of Bach
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He was referring to the odds of becoming a mature musician and composer from a child prodigy. However, it is impossible to believe that every circumstance contributed to Mozart’s positive growth as a composer. Also, Moravcsik writes that Mozart “struggled for musical breakthroughs” (Moravcsik, 10). Therefore, Mozart may be a genius composer, but not because every event worked in his favor. Perhaps if Mozart lived longer he might have been considered one of the greatest composers. However, he still does not measure up to Bach.
Bach was the greatest classical composer of all time. His personal triumphs and tragedies, number of works, variety and uniqueness of his music and his familiarity demonstrate his musical supremacy. Though there are others who could claim this title, Johann Sebastian Bach remains the best. He created masterpieces. Even though Bach may not be everyone’s favorite composer, his Concerto No. 1 in D minor as well as his greatness should be appreciated. Listen to his music. Listen for