Mozart Essay

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Wolfgang Mozart was born January 27 1756. He died in December 5th 1791. he was born in Salzburg Austria and he died in Vienna Austria. Mozart was a musician capable of playing multiple instruments who started playing in public at the age of 6. Over the years Mozart aligned himself with wide options of European venus and different things composing hundreds of works that included symphonies and operas marked by very difficult feelings.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was one of the most influential composers of all time. He composed more than 600 pieces that many people still listen to today. In fact there are whole festivals dedicated to the music of Mozart. Imagine spending an entire week just listening to Mozart thats how his amazing music that is still with the people today. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is one of the best composers of all time. He is famous because he was a prodigy at a very young age. He composed his first piece at age five and was writing symphonies at age nine. He pursued in his musical talents and began just composing music for fun. He loved music and wanted others to love it as much as he did. He wrote over 600 compositions that included things like piano, operatic and choral music. He would have written more if he hadn’t died so early. Mozart’s parents were Leopold and Anna Maria Pertl Mozart. Wolfgang was born into a very musical family in Salzburg Austria. Leopold was a famous composer as well. He also was an amazing violinist and assistant concert master at the Salzburg court. Mozart showed signs of amazing abilities at an extremely young age. He could play the violin at age two. He also began composing little pieces at age five. His first composition was ink everywhere. Leopold was a very good teacher to his chi... ... middle of paper ... of his music to consider how deeply occupied he was with the subject of dying. Through alot of meditation on this the true goal of our existence he had come to the conclusion that death is the "best and truest friend of mankind, that his image is not only no longer terrifying to me but is indeed very soothing and consoling. And I thank my God for graciously granting me the opportunity...of learning that death is the key which unlocks the door to our true happiness." So Mozart after a life of fantastic industry achieved his true happiness at the age of thirtyfive. He was buried in a big grave in Vienna. Barth once had a dream in which he was given the task of examining Mozart of different points of theology and dogmatics. Although Barth deliberately tried to ask easy questions Mozart gave him no answer. The great theologian offered no interpretation of this dream.

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