W. A. Mozart

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W. A. Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, in full Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, baptized as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart (born January 27, 1756, Salzburg, archbishopric of Salzburg [Austria]—died December 5, 1791, Vienna), Austrian composer, widely recognized as one of the greatest composers in the history of Western music. With Haydn and Beethoven he brought to its height the achievement of the Viennese Classical school. Unlike any other composer in musical history, he wrote in all the musical genres of his day and excelled in every one. His taste, his command of form, and his range of expression have made him seem the most universal of all composers; yet, it may also be said that his music was written to accommodate the specific tastes of particular audiences.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


During 1784 and 1786 Mozart composed nine of the greatest piano concertos, three of these concertos were written at the same time that he was composing "The Marriage of Figaro". In his piano concertos Mozart could really express himself personally into his music which made him stand out from other composers. After Mozart's mother died he said: "music should never be painful to the ears but to flatter and charm it, and thereby always remain music."Mozart had written about 600 works of music before he died and his music has been featured in more 300 films. Mozart had composed 50 symphonies, 25 piano concertos, 12 violin concertos, 27 concertos arias, 26 string quartets, 103 minuets, 15 masses, and 21 opera works. Some of Mozart's most famous operas are "Don Giovanni", "Magic Flute", "The Marriage of Figaro", and "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik or (a little night music)". Mozart is a renowned composer and musician to this day. He is known around the world for the amazing works that he had created. Mozart had once said that "when the angles sing for god, they sing Bach; but I am sure that when they sing for themselves, they sing Mozart".

Mozart's The Magic Flute- Original

Mozart Clarinet Quintet in A Major K 581


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