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  • Brief Essay On Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Life

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Vienna on January 27, 1756. He was born to a mother, father, and sister. There were more children, but no one lived past childhood. Wolfgang was a determined and musically smart little boy. He knew what he was doing behind a set of piano keys. He was a prodigy to say the least. He accomplished more in a lifetime then most could in two lifetimes. Over the course of his thirty-five years on earth he composed around 600 compositions. Mozart’s family was supported of his talents. Some a little more than others. Leopold Mozart, his father, especially. His father was very determined to have Wolfgang be famous and make lots of money. He almost was forcefully making Wolfgang work long hours and days. They would go on long trips so people could hear how wonderfully and beautifully Mozart played the piano. They would catch all kinds of colds and…

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  • Mozart Worksheet Analysis Essay

    What were Mozart’s fetishes? What about his wigs? a. One of the main fetishes of Mozart was poop. He would talk about it with anyone around him and sometimes he would mention it in the letters he wrote to his family. Which in a way made him sound crazy around all the composers and royalty since they were very formal and educated people. b. Mozart never wore a wig. He mostly wore a wig for official occasions. The movie Amadeus over exaggerates with the party-joke wigs. There are even rumors…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's First Three Operas

    prolific writing years were from 1780 to 1791. From 1780 to 1782, Mozart ‘s first two successful operas were composed and later, his most enduring operas would be written. There would be several years between these two opera’s and his last three operas created in the last couple years of his life Mozart’s opera career started in 1780 while still in Salzburg, but it was not until his break from the Archbishop Colorado’s service in 1780 that Mozart was able to create music for himself and…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Symphony No. 40 In G Minor

    and work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. I’ve chosen him due to how legendary Mozart has been to the musical industry, and how ridiculous of lifestyle he lived. I will be covering Mozart’s life, and analyzing his composition Symphony No. 40 in G Minor, first movement. Mozart’s work was inspiring and his influences can be traced back into other musical timer periods after the classical period. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, or better known as just Mozart, is a notable classical period (1750-1800)…

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  • Short Biography: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    gave birth to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart on January 27, 1756. When he was younger, Mozart watched his father, Leopold, teach his sister, Maria Anna, how to play piano. At the age of three, he became a child prodigy. During his childhood, his family traveled around Europe. While on those trips, Maria Anna and Wolfgang performed as prodigies. Mozart became employed as a court musician by Prince-Archbishop Hieronymus Colloredo in 1773. He had the chance to work in many genres: symphonies, sonatas,…

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  • Mozart Research Paper

    Audrey Ulmer Honors Music Ms. Vicki Fox May 16, 2016 The Life and Music of Mozart Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, known as an adult as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born January 27, 1756 to Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart. The last of their two children to survive infancy, he and his sister Maria Anna- also known as Nannerl- were noted to be musically skilled from a young age. Mozart had learned to play piano at the age of three and by the age of five he had begun to compose…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Research Paper

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (WOLF-gang, ah-muh-DAY-us, MOE-tsart) was born in Salzburg, Austria on January 27, 1756. His father, Leopold, was a bookbinder. He was also a violin teacher and became famous when he published a method of study for the violin. Wolfgang's older sister Maria Anna was called Nannerl by the family. Her father began teaching her to play the clavier when she was seven years old and Wolfgang also showed an interest very early. Both…

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  • Classical Era Of Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Born to Leopold Mozart and Anna Maria Mozart on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria, Wolfang Amadeus Mozart was only the 2nd of seven children born to survive infancy. His older sister Maria Anna Mozart (Nannerl) born July 30, 1751 preceded him in birth. As children, both Mozart and Maria Anna were considered gifted musical prodigies in the eye of the Classical Era of music. Although both had the full benefit of the musical education bestowed upon them by their father,…

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  • Classical Music Er Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

    composers of the Classical Music Era; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Parents; Leopold and Maria Mozart struggled to have a son, making Wolfgang the only sole surviving son. Leopold was a successful composer, violinist and concert assistant. Wolfgang’s older sister, Maria Anna was taught by their father to play piano. Through observation and fascination at the young age of 3 Wolfgang began to master the concepts of chords and melodies. As he became older, Maria Anna and Wolfgang were tutored by their…

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  • Mozart's Struggles In Classical Music

    Beethoven, Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born on January 27th, 1756, and died on December 5th, 1791. Throughout his life, Mozart explored many kinds of music, such as the sonata, and chamber music, and he produced many masterpieces, such as The Magic Flute and Don Giovanni. Mozart also experienced many struggles within his emotional and…

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