Mozart 's Influence On The World Essay

1034 Words Nov 19th, 2016 5 Pages
Throughout all the bloodshed that showed much significance in Western Civilization, who would have ever thought a single man could influence the world through the art of a simple melody. An Australian composer who went by the name Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was just the man to take upon this spot in history. Born in Salzburg, Austria, January 27, 1756, Mozart was known as a child prodigy because he was able to master all arks of music beginning at the age of three. These consist of the following the lists: Operas, concertos, symphonies, Sonatas, and chamber music that all played a part in helping shape western civilization music and society in a positive light. Mozart learned and mastered all these arks of music in order to make a notable impact on the large portion of the European nation. Mozart’s operas became a huge influence to the people of the European civilization and allowed Mozart to portray his notable talent. Salzburg, Mozart’s home town presented him with a lack of opportunity which caused him to relocate to Vienna in 1781 were he performed his 1st Opera. Singspiel Die Entfuhrung Aus Dem Serail translated as “The Abduction from the Seraglio” was his first major successful play in Vienna. He later went to compose Cosi Fan Tutti translated to “all women behave alike was staged in Vienna during the 1970s. This play was influenced and derived from the death of emperor Joseph II. He didn’t stop there he later went to compose plays such as Le nozze di Figaro which…

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