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Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-1791)

W.A. Mozart. (Barbara Krafft, 1819).

Alternate last name spellings: Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart
Alternate first name spellings: Johannes Chrysostomus
Alias: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“It is a mistake to think that the practice of my art has become easy to me. I assure you, dear friend, no one has given so much care to the study of composition as I. There is scarcely a famous master in music whose works I have not frequently and diligently studied.



Description: Mozart is considered one of the most important composer in the history of music whose work include all genres of classicism. As a child he showed great talent for music and composed his first work with 5 years. Since then, he has been one of the most prolific authors. Throughout his life he achieved great fame. He composed more than six hundred works, most of them recognized as music masterpieces. 
Sex: Male Occupation: Composser, Conductor.
Place of Birth / Death: Salzburg / Viena (Holy Roman Empire) Country Tags: Austria
Periods: Classicism Genres: Orchestral Music, Chamber Music, Instrumental Music, Symphonic Music, Religious Music, Profane Music, Concert, Opera
Styles: Classical musica, Galant Style. School / Group: First Viennese School
Instruments: Piano, harpsichord, violin  Relatives: Maria Anna Mozart (Nannerl Mozart, sister). Leopold Mozart (father).
PatronsSigismund III of Schrattenbach. Hieronymus von Colloredo.  Máster: Leopold Mozart.



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Music Composers vs. Chess Players: No


External links


  • Albert, Montserrat (2006). Mozart, un genio musical. Barcelona: Editorial Planeta.
  • Downs, Philip G. (1998). La música clásica. La era de Haydn, Mozart y Beethoven. Madrid: Akal Música.
  • Massin, Jean; Massin, Briggite (1987). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Traducción de Isabel de Asumendi. Madrid: Turner.
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1997). Cartas. Traducción de Miguel Sáenz. Barcelona: El Aleph.