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Disabilities make Mozartby Sena and Nikhil

All about the Abilites or Disabilites

A learning disability is really a different ability?

Mozart's full name was Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfganaus Theophilus Mozart.

When was Mozart

Mozart was known for his great classical music and operas.

Mozart became famous after his death for a long time because of his beautiful symphonies, operas, ect... Mozart is a good person to know about because he was a very interesting person who changed the corse of music history forever.

Mozart's learning disabilities were ADHD and Tourette's Syndrome, according to scientits that have studied Mozart. It was never really put in stone that he had Tourette's; he was believed to have it because of the way people discribed his movments and behavor. Mozart never really discovered his disabilities by himself. But we found out by studing the way people reacted to his actions and behavor.

Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria. His peroid of life was from 1756-1791. A'E Networks Television. Web. 25 Nov. 2014. . -"Classics for Kids." Classics for Kids. Web. 25 Nov. 2014. . -"Did Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Have Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder?" HubPages. Web. 25 Nov. 2014. . -"Mozart's Movements and Behaviour: A Case of Tourette's Syndrome?" -- Ashoori and Jankovic 84 (992): 313. Web. 25 Nov. 2014. .

Over coming and Conquering hero

Mozart overcame his disabilities by reducing his working environment into a room by himself with no distractions. Since he had ADHD it took him longer to get something done because he keeping getting distracted. So he would work for hours and hours by himself.

Mozart is a hero in the musical world because “The 250th anniversary of the birth of one of the greatest musical geniuses of all times, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791), provides an opportunity not only to reflect on his immeasurable contributions to the world of classical music, but also to examine him as a man of exceptional creative power.” As one of the articles states.


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