What Are The Key Events That Affect Mozart's Life

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Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms
1. Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria.
Beethoven was born on December 17, 1827 in Vienna, Austria.
Brahms was born on May 07, 1833 in Hamburg, West Germany.
2. Mozart died on December 05, 1791 in Vienna, Austria.
Beethoven died on March 26, 1827 in Vienna, Austria.
Brahms dies on April 03, 1897 in Vienna, Austria.
3. Mozart had six siblings and he was the youngest, five of his siblings died whe they were infants. It is unkown whether his first musical compositions was written when he was four or five years old.
Beethoven grew up with a drunk father, but his mother was very nurturing. Beethoven 's home was a very unpleasant place to grow up in. When Beethoven was twelve years old he was already composing his own music, Christian Gottlob Neefe was the teacher that inspired him immensely. Shortly after, Ludwig 's talent became monetarily beneficial and his family began to
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The major events that affected Mozart was the fact that he spended more money than he made which increased the stress within his family. Mozart 's sudden death at affected his music in general, he was 35 years old when he passed away. The cause of his death is not clear, however, he did have a severe fever and swelling, it is believed he had a kidney failure.
The primary even that affected Beethove 's life and music was when he suddenly became deaf. It is believed that the cause of his deafness was syphilis, however, wine bottles also contained lead which could have caused Ludwig to have large amounts of lead in his body, since he did drink a lot. Another event that affected his life was the death of his mother and taking responsibility for his drunked father.
The major event that affected Brahms was the death of his wife; this caused his health to decline. On October 18, 1865 his mother died and then on October 18, 1872 his father died. By the age of 60, Brahms began to age relatively

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