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    history besides Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is none other than Ludwig van Beethoven. Exceptionally known for being a child prodigy, struggle during his childhood, inevitable loss of hearing and also breaking out of the norms from the Classical Period and venturing out to the Romantic Era in European music, with him being the first. With no doubt, Beethoven has left his own mark on the World and is still one of the most respected and influential composer, with his music still being celebrated and played today. Born on the 16th of December 1770 and later baptized on the 17th in Bonn, Germany, was Ludwig van Beethoven. Coming from a family that had a rich background in music, young Beethoven…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was the first major composer of the classical period. Music began in his life at an early age and his talent continued to grow and grow. Today, Mozart is well known for forty-one symphonies. Mozart’s life was pretty extraordinary, he was born in Salzburg, Austria in 1756 and came from a wealthy family of architects and bookbinders. Mozart and his sister, “Nannerl,” were the only two out of seven children to survive. His mother was born in a middle-class…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a great and famous Austrian musical prodigy of the seventeenth century who wrote a wide range of symphonies, operas, concertos, and sonatas, and has left behind a legacy for people to embrace. Proposed into a life of music, the virtuoso was born on January twenty-seventh, 1756 in the city of Salzburg, Austria. His father, Leopold Mozart, was a violinist that served as an inspiration for Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his musically inclined older sister, Maria Anna…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg Austria. Mozart was the son of Leopold and Maria Pertl Mozart. He was an influential part of the Classical era, he influenced Beethoven. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a famous composer of the Baroque period. As a 3 year old Mozart learned to play the piano by watching his father teach his sister to play the piano.At the age of 6 Mozart, a child prodigy, went on tour. The time period that Mozart played in was during the transitional…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is perhaps the most popular composer of the classical period. He has composed over 600 works which includes some of the most famous and loved pieces of multiple styles of music. Mozart was considered a prodigy and certainly set the standard higher for generations of musicians that come after him. Although Mozart proved to be a musical genius, his life was not an easy one. He encountered many obstacles in his later years. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart…

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    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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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, also known as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart was an Austrian composer who was recognized as one of the greatest composers in the history of classical music. Mozart created operas, concertos, symphonies, and sonatas that shaped classic music. Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, to Leopold Mozart and Anna Maria, née Pertl at Salzburg. He was the youngest of seven children, five of his siblings died at infancy. Only two had survived. One of his…

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was an Austrian composer whose mastery of the whole range of contemporary instrumental and vocal forms—including the symphony, concerto, chamber music, and especially the opera—was unchallenged in his own time and perhaps in any other. Although he did not even live to be forty (January 27, 1756 to December 5, 1791), Mozart still managed to not only be one of the greatest composers of the Classical period, but perhaps of all time. His musical pieces still remain quite…

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    Anna Maria 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,…

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    Beethoven vs. Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven are two of the most greatest, well known composers of all time. They’ve created some very outstanding and magnificent pieces of music that have been listened to for centuries. Though these two artists were both very vital in music history, each having the same rare gift of amazing music ability, the way they composed were very unique when compared to each other. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in a small…

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