Biography Of Amadeus Mozart

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WolfGang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791)
His name is not just WolfGang Amadeus Mozart , his real full name is Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart.
He was an austrian composer born in Salzburg , he was known as one of the best in history of western music.Mozart collaborating with Haydn and his good friend Beethoven he brought to his knowledge that the achievement of the Viennese Classical school would be an great opportunity for them all. Unlike any other composer in musical history, Mozart had wrote in all the musical genres of his days and excelled in every one. He has traveled to Verona, where he was put through some tough tests at the Accademia Filarmonica, and in Milan, after all the tests of his capacities in dramatic music,
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On the 26th day of December in 1788 there was a very great success. Mozart, in his own traditional ways, the right away he did the first three of his 22 performances at that opera. After a quick trip with a group of people to Venice, Mozart and his daddy returned back to his hometown Salzburg. Mozart had written over 600 pieces of works, many acknowledged his pinnacles of symphonic, concertante, chamber, operatic, and choral music. He was by far the most enduringly popular man of all the classical composers, and his influence on following Western art music was very good and intense. Ludwig van Beethoven who is a man that is somewhat like Mozart himself also wrote his own early works in the shadows of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote that a lot of people will not see such a talent such as Wolfgang Mozart again ever , not even in 100 years.Mozart wrote a great collection of dance music both in his hometown and in Vienna. His only court appointment under Emperor Joseph II , he was as a composer of court dance music, a position that, as he would put in his own words was paid him too much for what he did and not enough for what he could have done. The dance music includes German dances, Ländler and …show more content…
Mozart had all sorts of music piano music , organ music , chamber music and even dance music. He included in Three of the most famous operas including The Marriage of Figaro where he also made a song in this name, The Magic Flute and Don Giovanni. He was also famous for his token of remembrance. A lot of people said and even still say Mozart was without a doubt the greatest child star that had ever lived on this earth. He was traveling all over Europe playing music by the time he was six years old and Because of him having the privilege to travel, Mozart sooned eventually learned to speak fifteen different languages
Here are a couple of Mozart’s great works of music ………………………………………... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVTXlRxVdEY (Wolfgang Mozart - A Little Night Music) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikQNFqVkNNc (Wolfgang Mozart - Marriage of Figaro)
Mozart was starting to be feeling ill while he was in Prague, in september for the 6th premiere of his opera La clemenza di Tito, that was also written in 1791 on commission for the coronation festivities of the Emperor. He was able to continue his professional functions for some time, for instance conducting the premiere of The Magic Flute on September 30. The illness started to spread

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