Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – A genius who touched the stars.

 

Only after his death was celebrated as the greatest musical genius of all time. Image of Mozart has been changing over time. Wunderkind became the favorite of women. The ingenious artist eager life and writer of many letters.

He was a genius who touched the stars, but also a gambler with Tourette syndrome. Tourette’s syndrome may have influenced the way in which this genius manifested itself, but would certainly be a brilliant composer without it.Everyone knows him as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. His real name of the great Austrian composer (January 27, 1756 – December 5, 1791) was Johan Hrizostom Volfgangus Theophilus (Andante Wolfgangus Theophilus). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is the only surviving son of the famous violin teacher and composer Leopold Mozart.Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria today but then the capital of a small independent Archdiocese of the Holy Roman Empire. His father was one of Europe’s leading music teachers, whose influential book written an article about the basics of playing the violin published when Mozart was born.

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His father and learned to play the violin and piano, and as a fast learner, with four years he began to compose, six years his virtuosity impressed the Empress Maria Theresa in Vienna, in the ninth or eleventh wrote his first opera, “Bastien and Bastienne” but with thirteen gained a place in the orchestra concertmaster of the Salzburg archbishop.
Mozart’s older sister Maria Anna, called Nanerl, was a skillful pianist and often accompanied her brother on Leopold’s tours.

1790 Mozart struggling with financial hardship and neglect composing. But soon followed the eruption of new compositions, including the opera The Magic Flute. The Magic Flute is the last opera by Mozart composed, performed and premiered three months before he died, on 30 September 1791. Mozart himself conducted the orchestra.Before his death in 1791, was commissioned to write a “Requiem” (Mass for the Dead). Since he felt that his death was near, he commented that “Requiem” writes for himself.
The work was commissioned by an unknown person, who wanted it moved like his work. After a long battle with illness and poverty, on the night of 5 December 1791, Mozart died.Despite the criticism that followed his work, Mozart’s reputation is extremely high, a dozen years later, his work will gain great popularity throughout Europe. Despite the criticism that followed his work, Mozart’s reputation is extremely high, a dozen years later, his work will gain great popularity throughout Europe. He will be remembered by the serenade Eine kleine Nachtmusik, operas The Marriage of Figaro, Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute, the Mass, piano concerts.

He was a genius who touched the stars. Today his music, the music of world renown.

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4 thoughts on “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart – A genius who touched the stars.

      1. Yes, there are people like me, keep reading other blogs and try to find a group of people to follow who have similar choices of subjects. Good luck! ~Robin

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