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The Composer : Amadeus Wolfgang Mozart

- ... Austria was at war and both the affluence of the nation and the ability of the aristocracy to support the arts had declined. By mid-1788, Mozart moved his family from central Vienna to the suburb of Alsergrund, for what would seem to be a way of reducing living costs. His social status was one that varied quite a lot. He had seen better days, but now was in need of money. With that as the primary motivation, he took upon the creation of the requiem. Even at his death, he died a poor man,“Mozart died with substantial debts, of which the greatest, significantly, were to the tailr, the apothecary, and the decorator.” This speaks volumes to the nature of vainness that Mozart indulged in....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Requiem]

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The Music Of Wolfgang Mozart

- ... By the time Mozart was thirteen, he and his sister had toured extensively across Europe. However, while his sister had to quit touring and prepared to find a husband, Wolfgang was appointed the assistant concertmaster to the Archbishop at the age of seventeen. It was during this time that Mozart expanded his repertoire with several new pieces, as well as developing a penchant for violin and piano concertos. He ended up composing five violin concertos and Piano Concerto Number 9 in E flat major in 1777....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera]

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Wolfgang Mozart's Requiem

- Mozart's Requiem For over the past two hundred years, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's death has remained a mystery. There are many theories on how the great composer died, some say that he was murdered, while others say that he was ridden with sickness and extremely exhausted. Historians established that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart suffered from different illnesses, but no one knows which one, if any, contributed to his death. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, to Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart, in Salzburg Austria....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Mystery Death]

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The Music Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart And Ludwig Van Beethoven

- ... Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died on December 5, 1791 at age 35. It is said his funeral had few mourners and he was buried in a common grave. Mozart’s death came at a young age, even for the time period, though when he died he was known as one the greatest composers of all time. His work influenced many composers that followed, most notably Beethoven. Ludwig van Beethoven, born on December 16, 1770, was a German composer and pianist. He was born in the city of Bonn in the Electorate of Cologne, a part of the Holy Roman Empire....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Biography Of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart By Marian Wimmer

- ... 623. “Constanze told Franz Xaver Niemetschek that she took the score of the Requiem away from Mozart on account of his deteriorating health and spirits.” Mozart’s body became so swollen that it was impossible for him to turn over or make small movements. There was a stench amidst Mozart, due to his internal organs dying and the immenet death. Also, there was no autopsy done due to the stench and the corpse swollen. Mozart felt that he was writing this Requiem for himself and the earliest account is noted in the Salzburger Intelligenzblatt, which was published on January 5, 1792, after his death....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn, Requiem]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, as he is generally known, was baptized in a Salzburg Cathedral on the day after his birth as Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus. The first and last given names come from his godfather Joannes Theophilus Pergmayr, although Mozart preferred the Latin form of this last name, Amadeus, more often Amadé, or the Italiano Amadeo, and occasionally the Deutsch Gottlieb. Whatever the case may be, he rarely - if ever - used Theophilus in his signature....   [tags: Wolfgang Mozart Biographies Bio Essays]

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The Lasting Musical Impact of Ludwig Van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Many people compare the musical works of Ludwig Van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart because of the styles of music that they produced. They were also similar because of their age and the music period in which they created in. Throughout their lives these two composers had vastly different customs and behaviors. Each composer contributed to their own unique styles of music, however they continue to be a musical inspiration in today’s world. Many people of the early classical music period reacted differently to both of the musician’s works because of the unique way they chose to create and present their music....   [tags: Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- ... In March 1773 that was the last time Wolfgang and his father travel to Italy, that when he became an assistant concertmaster. Before the age of 21 he developed a passion for violin concertos. In 1776 his passion turned to piano concertos. That went him culminating number 9 in E flat major. In 1777 he turns 21 that when he felt like he wants more from life. So Wolfgang and his mother set out for a better opportunity. Him and his mother travel to Mannheim, Paris, and Munich. Where he got several employment positions that seamed promising, but all fell though....   [tags: composer, violinist, master]

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Biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Leonard Bernstein once said, “Mozart is all music; there is nothing you can ask from music that he cannot supply…bathed in a glitter that could have come only from the eighteenth century...It is a perfect product of the age of reason – witty, objective, graceful, delicious. And yet over it all hovers the greater spirit that is Mozart’s – the spirit of compassion, of universal love, even of suffering – a spirit that knows no age, that belongs to all ages” (Kenyon 19-20). Mozart’s effervescent spirit is apparent in letters that he wrote to his family and friends....   [tags: Child Prodigy, classical music]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- For over the past two hundred years, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s death has remained a mystery. There are many theories on how the great composer died, some say that he was murdered, while others say that he was ridden with sickness and was extremely exhausted. Historians established that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart suffered from different illnesses, but no one knows which one, if any, contributed to his death. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, to Leopold and Anna Maria Mozart, in Salzburg, Austria....   [tags: requiem, mystery, death]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart baptized as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart lived from January 27, 1756 to December 5, 1791. Mozart was a very influential and prolific composer of more than 600 works, including symphonies, concertante, chamber, piano, opera, and choral music. Regarded as a child prodigy, Mozart composed and performed in the European courts from the age of five, and was engaged at the Salzburg court at 17. Mozart’s musical style can be classified as Classical, although he learned from many of his contemporaries throughout his musical career....   [tags: Biography]

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A Brief Biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, a part of current-day Austria. He was baptized the following day as Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart in Rupert’s Cathedral. His family consisted of his parents, Leopold and Anna Marie Pertl Mozart, and his older sister, Maria Anna, who was nicknamed “Nannerl.” Mozart was the youngest of seven children, but only Nannerl and he survived. The other five siblings died in infancy. Mozart’s father was a violinist, composer, and music instructor....   [tags: music, education, austria]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart will always be known as one of the best musicians of all time. Although his life lasted half the length of a normal human, he most likely did more with his time than people do today. His greatness will unfortunately never be fully understood due to confusion on how his life was lived and even how he died, but everyone knows he had a gift. Wolfgang started learning music at a very early age from his dad Leopold, who was a violin player. At the age of six he began composing and by eight he had written symphonies....   [tags: music, requiem]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- The youngest child of Leopold Mozart and Anna Maria Pertl, Wolfgang Amadeus was born in Salzburg on January 27, 1756. Considered by many to be one of the greatest musical prodigies in history, by the age of three he was already a keyboard-player and violinist. By five he was composing symphonies. Leopold Mozart (1719-1787), his father, undertook complete responsibility for the tutoring of Wolfgang and his elder sister Maria Anna ('Nannerl'), an extremely gifted keyboard player in her own right. Mozart spent from 1774 to 1777, as Konzertmeister at the Prince-Archbishop's court in Salzburg....   [tags: Biography]

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The Genius Career of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- The musical prodigy Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria. In his successful lifetime Mozart produced 373 orchestral works, 227 songs, and 98 sacred and dramatic pieces. The Classical Music Period in which Mozart lived allowed him to fully develop his own unique musical style and Mozart’s life, although shortened by his early death, influenced many musicians. With his extraordinary genius and emotional compositions, Mozart’s music is loved by people of all varieties and ages. As a skilled young genius, Mozart’s early life was full of many occurrences which led to his fame....   [tags: composition, music, influence]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 40

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his 40th symphony in the summer of 1788, one of three symphonies he wrote between June and August of that year. Louis Biancolli considers these three symphonies the greatest Mozart composed. In writing this amount of music in a relatively short period of time, should it be considered a masterpiece. Qualities in the first movement will be under consideration for this determination. David Dubal tells us that a true work of art should “not only add something new”, but “transmit and enrich the old”....   [tags: Louis Biancolli , cultural biography]

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Mozart 's Death Of Mozart

- On January 27, 1756, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria. His father was Leopard Mozart and his mother was Anna Maria. His father was a musician employed by prince-archbishop of Salzburg (Einstein, 1945). Mozart’s mother Anna was the daughter of a civil servant called Pertl. Wolfgang and Maria Anna were the only surviving of seven children. Mozart looked fragile standing a little over five foot with blonde hair, small, delicate bones, and fine skin. People claimed that Mozart was a hyperactive person and he had periodic trouble with his kidneys throughout his life....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera, Don Giovanni]

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Mozart : The Son Of Leopold A Talented Violinist

- One of the greatest composers in 1756 Salzburg, Austria was born. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was the son of Leopold a talented violinist. Brother of Maria Anna a talented clavier and a brilliant performer. Mozart at the age of four was composing his own pieces, and at the age of six he was performing for the Empress Maria Theresa. His father presented his son and daughter throughout Europe in his early childhood. Mozart became the most celebrated child prodigy of his time as a violinist, violist, pianist, and as a great composer....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera]

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Mozart 's Mozart, Concerto, And Sonatas

- ... (Stanley 64-65) This symphony marked the beginning of Mozart’s career as a composer. Throughout his later years, Mozart will compose more intricate, and emotional compositions like: The Marriage of Figaro, Symphony No. 40, and Piano Sonata No. 11. Returning from his prolonged journey, Mozart was employed by the ruler of Salzburg as a court musician. It was during this time in Salzburg when he produced a series of five violin concertos and expanded his musical knowledge further. In 1776, he turned his efforts to piano concertos, culminating to the E flat concerto K.2 of early 1777, considered by critics to be a breakthrough work....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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The Amazing Work of Composer, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote amazing works of art decades beyond his own time. He was a musical prodigy that people could not even conceive to understand. At the innocent age of four years old he learned to play songs with perfect grace. At age six he was composing his own music. Then by age eight he was composing his own symphonies that would be heard by thousands of people. For more than two hundred years his music has been heard by millions. He is without a doubt one of the greatest musicians that ever lived....   [tags: prodigy, music, symphony]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: The Musical Prodigy of the 18th Century

- When applause erupts for an orchestra in a concert hall, the audience is usually enveloped in admiration for the musicians’ talent. However, the composer of the music rarely receives recognition even though he is the actual mastermind behind the beautiful music. One of the most influential composers of the 18th century was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was born to Leopold and Anna Maria on January 27, 1956 in Salzburg, Austria. Historical records show that Mozart acquired his initial musical knowledge from his father and his older sister, Nannerl....   [tags: Music History]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: A Spirit That Knows No Age

- Leonard Bernstein once said, “Mozart is all music; there is nothing you can ask from music that he cannot supply…bathed in a glitter that could have come only from the eighteenth century...It is a perfect product of the age of reason – witty, objective, graceful, delicious. And yet over it all hovers the greater spirit that is Mozart’s – the spirit of compassion, of universal love, even of suffering – a spirit that knows no age, that belongs to all ages” (Kenyon 19-20). Mozart’s effervescent spirit is apparent in letters that he wrote to his family and friends....   [tags: Biography, Love Story]

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Movie: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Movie: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart The movie takes place in Vienna, Austria in the 1700's. The film begins with the attempted suicide of Antonio Salieri, a court composer of the Austrian Emperor. He is placed in a mental asylum where a priest visits and asks for his confession. Salieri claims to have caused the death of Mozart. The rest of the movie is a narration by the court composer, mostly in flashbacks, of how he caused this death. Salieri recounts that while he was playing games as a boy Mozart was playing music for the King....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Mozart And Beethoven : Music And Musical Stylings

- ... His wide range of talents helped to influence many musicians following him such as Ludwig Van Beethoven. Ludwig Van Beethoven grew up in Bonn, Germany listening to the musical stylings of Mozart. Just like Mozart, Beethoven’s father taught him to play keyboard; after a couple lessons, his father saw how bright Beethoven was and how much potential was in his son. This is when Beethoven’s father “harbored ambitions to create in his second son a prodigy like Mozart,” (“Van”). By the time Beethoven was twelve years old, he was a promising keyboard player and a student of C.G....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Mozart : The Classical Era

- ... Mozart also had skills that he’s passed down through the generations when it comes to writing melodies and classical harmonies. Mozart also contributed to how popular the piano became, writing many compositions for the piano and portraying its versatility. The famous music from Mozart is the inspiration behind neoclassicism, and his music even contributed to many musicians today. Mozart has even contributed to successful TV shows such as a “Spongebob”, which cites Mozart in over 50% of its episodes....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera, Neoclassicism]

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The Role Of Mozart 's Peerless Musical Ability And Career

- Before Mozart’s peerless musical ability and career are mentioned, it is important to take a look at his background and explore through the human Mozart. Mozart was a musical prodigy along with his sister, Nannerl. His talent surprised his father when he started playing the keyboard and composing simple minuets at five. In his entire life, he never attended a single day of school or training, and his ingenious talent and experiences were mostly driven by his father, Leopold Mozart’s passion for music....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria. He was christened Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus, but he preferred Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. His father, Leopold, began teaching him to play minuets on the harpsichord before he was four years old. It only took him half an hour to learn each minuet. Before he was six, he had composed sonatas and a concerto for the harpsichord. Mozart learned to play the violin without being taught. He had watched his father and developed and intuition for playing....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was probably the greatest genius in the world. He was born in Salzberg, Austria on January 27, 1756. The son of Leopold Mozart and his wife Anna Maria Pertl. Leopold was a successful composer and violinist. At the age of three, Wolfgang showed signs of remarkable musical talent. He learned to play the harpsichord, a keyboard instrument related to the piano, at the age of four. Wolfgang began composing minuets at the age of five. When he was only six years old, he and his older sister, Anna Maria, embarked on a series of concert tours to Europe’s courts and major cities....   [tags: Music Musician]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 and lived to the year of 1791. In Mozarts early childhood when he was six years old he had become an accomplished performer on the clavier, violin, and organ and was highly skilled in sight-reading and improvision. Mozart had composed five short piano pieces when he was six, which are still played to this day. At the age of 14, Mozart was payed to write a serious opera. This work, mitridate, re di Ponto (Mithridates, King of Pontos, 1770), produced under his direction at Milan, completely established an already big reputation....   [tags: Papers]

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- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart is perhaps the greatest musical genius who ever lived. Mozart 's full name is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Most people called him Mozart or Wolfgang. Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria, January 27, 1756. His father, Leopold, perhaps the greatest influence on Mozart's life, was the vice Kapellmeister (assistant choir director) to the Archbishop of Salzburg at the time of Mozart's birth. Mozart was actually christened as "Joannes Chrysotomus Wolfgangus Theophilus," but adopted the Latin term "Amadeus" as his name of choice....   [tags: Biography Biographies Bio]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is, in the opinion of many people, the greatest composer who ever lived. Some of us happen to fancy Gershwin, but hey, Mozart is older. Mozart was born in Salzburg on January 27, 1956. On January 24, 1761 when Mozart was only five years old, he learned now to play his first piece of music, a scherzo by Georg Christof Wagenseil. Mozart’s first documented performance was on September first, 1761 as a singer in the Latin play “Sigismundus Humgariae Rex.” In January 1762, he his father and his sister went to Munich for three weeks....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was probably the greatest genius in Western musical history. He was born in Salzberg, Austria on January 27, 1756. The son of Leopold Mozart and his wife Anna Maria Pertl. Leopold was a successful composer and violinist and assistant concertmaster at the Salzberg court. At the age of three, Wolfgang showed signs of remarkable musical talent. He learned to play the harpsichord, a keyboard instrument related to the piano, at the age of four. Wolfgang began composing minuets at the age of five....   [tags: Biography Musicians Music Essays]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria in January 1756 to Anna Maria and Leopold Mozart. He was the second and last child to survive of his seven other siblings. His sister, Anna Maria”Nannerl” Mozart shared some of her brother’s triumphs. Mozart was from the start a musical prodigy. He played the clavier and started composing little pieces of music at the age of five. Mozart astonished the world further when he played the keyboard perfectly during a tour with his father. In 1764, at the age of eight, Mozart and his sister, another musical prodigy, came to London with their father....   [tags: Music Musician]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart is and was a remarkable musician and composer whose legend continues to grow more than two centuries after his death. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria in 1756. Before the age of four, he had exhibited such extraordinary powers of musical memory and ear-sophistication that his father, Leopold, a highly esteemed violinist and composer in his own right, decided to give his son, Wolfgang, harpsichord lessons. From day one of his lessons, the boy's reputation as a fast learning, modern, talented musician grew fast....   [tags: Papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg in Austria, the son of Leopold, Kapellmeister to the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg. By the age of three he could play the piano, and he was composing by the time he was five; minuets from this period show remarkable understanding of form. Mozart's elder sister Maria Anna (best known as Nannerl) was also a gifted keyboard player, and in 1762 their father took the two prodigies on a short performing tour, of the courts at Vienna and Munich....   [tags: Papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus (1756-91), Austrian composer, a centrally important composer of the classical era, and one of the most inspired composers in Western musical tradition. Born January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, and baptized Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, he was educated by his father, Leopold Mozart, who was concertmaster in the court orchestra of the archbishop of Salzburg and a celebrated violinist, composer, and author. II. Mozart's Musically Precocious Childhood Print section By the age of six Mozart had become an accomplished performer on the clavier, violin, and organ and was highly skilled in sight-reading and improvisation....   [tags: Papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a remarkable musician and composer. Mozart was born in Salzburg Austria in 1756. By the age of four it was evident that he possessed tremendous musical talent and music memory. His father Leopold who was a master violinist and composer decided to enroll young Wolfgang in harpsichord lessons. At age five Mozart was composing music and by age six he had mastered the keyboard. By his early teens, he had mastered the piano, violin, and harpsichord and was writing symphonies and operas....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s name is familiar even to people who know little or none of his music. However, Mozart’s fame is based on two different frames of reference: firstly, being the most famous child prodigy in music history (as both a performer and a composer) and secondly, his unquestioned brilliance as an adult composer of Classical symphonies, operas, chamber music, sonatas, church music, and concerti for various instruments. Perhaps what he is best remembered for are his operas.	 His astonishing rate of production continues to stupefy scholars today....   [tags: essays research papers]

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- Mozart was considered to be the best musician/composer of all time. Mozart was a genius when it came music and composing, he was said that no other could rival him and to this day people still say that he is the best. The reason why I choose to do Mozart is the fact I do believe he is the best musician/composer of all time, and his life story is of a tragic but gifted young soul. Later on you will find out about his family, his teachings, his tragedies, and of course his accomplishments. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria, Jan....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a born child prodigy. He was Born in Salzburg in January 27 of 1756. He was the son of Leopold Mozart. He for years since his birth has he inspired and amazed people of all ages with his work. He was the greatest composer of his time. As a child he showed musical gifts of a great magnitude. He composed minuets at the age of five and played for royals at the age of six. He and his sister, who was a gifted keyboard and clavier player, went on a tour around Paris and London away from their home in Austria....   [tags: essays research papers fc]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Growing Up

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Trying to Grow Up Throughout history, child prodigies have been celebrated as objects of envy and adulation. Rarely, however, have they been understood. Often taunted by peers, hounded by the press, prodded by demanding parents and haunted by outsize expectations of greatness, they are treated as wondrous curiosities. But their stories are often a sad and captivating one, marked by early achievement and the promise of something greater. The letters exchanged between Mozart and his family reflect a wider story of how complications arise during a prodigy's transition into adulthood with evidence of immense pressure from his father, immaturity, and the eventual need to...   [tags: Biography]

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Mozart, The Most Brilliant Composers Of The Classical Period And Of History

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was one of the most brilliant composers of the Classical Period and of history. Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria, in 1756. Mozart’s father, Leopold Mozart, was a great violinist, composer, performer, and director to Archbishop of Salzburg. Leopold Mozart encouraged and mentored W.A. Mozart in music. At the age of four, Mozart showed amazing musical ability. At the age of six, Mozart was already composing and showing his ability on the harpsichord. By the age of eight, Mozart started publishing his music, and two years later he began writing symphonies....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Voltaire and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Influences During the Age of Enlightenment

- The age of enlightenment was a time period in which many people wanted to make society better and inform people about how one can improve his/her society. The age of enlightenment took place in the years 1700s to 1800s. During the age of enlightenment, many people wanted to gain knowledge about their society and humanity. Intellectuals spent most of their time gathering information about humanity and how to improve their society and lifestyle. Voltaire and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart were two enlightened figures....   [tags: music, philosophy, society]

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 25 in G minor, K. 183

- “Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Symphony No. 25 in G minor, K. 183” The classical era lasted from the 1750s to the 1820s, during this period the progression in instrumental music depended greatly on the influence of three master composers. The three were Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Ludwig van Beethoven (Kamien 156). Like the period before classical music, instrument has become just as important as vocal music. But, unlike the baroque period, the classical period music incorporated more movements, had more than one central mood, rhythm was flexible, the texture was centrally homophonic, and other characteristics....   [tags: master composers, music prodigy]

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Life of Mozart

- Outline I.     Biographical Info A. Early Childhood B. Teenage Years      C. Main Career      D. Late Career II.          Affects and Influences of Character A.     Influences on Other Composers B.     Personality Issues C.     Relationships D.     Music To Boost Brain Power E.     Study of Rats and Mozart F.     Ending Conclusion III.     Assessment and Evaluation A. Greatness of a Man B.      His Ideals C.      Mozart and Saleiri D. The Legacy Lives On. Chapter I Mozart’s Prodigious Life      Without a doubt, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart born January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, was probably the greatest genius in Western musical history....   [tags: biographies biography Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The SUmmer of a Jupiter Symphony

- The Summer of a Jupiter Symphony The year is 1788 as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began to work on his last three symphonies during a time of strife for musicians as the Austro-Turkish War continues to war on in Austria. Tired from moving his family from central Vienna to the suburbs of Alsergrund all while in debt to his ears as he continued to borrow money from friends including a fellow mason, Michael Puchberg, Mozart finished his final symphony on August 10, 1788. This piece, nicknamed the “Jupiter Symphony,” coined by impresario Johann Peter Saloman, was Mozart’s longest symphony with a total of four movements, a typical symphonic form during the Classical era....   [tags: Wolfgang Mozart, Music Analysis, Classical]

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The Music Of The Renaissance And Baroque Periods

- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg, Austria on January 27, 1756 amid a period of transition in central Europe. The music of the Renaissance and Baroque periods was moving towards more full-body compositions and complex instrumentation. Wolfgang was the only son that survived of his father Leopold and his mother Maria. Mozart’s father was a successful composer violinist and was the assistant concertmaster at the Salzburg court. At the age of three Mozart demonstrated an understanding of music, chords, tonality and tempo as a result of observing his father teaching his older sister to play the keyboard....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera]

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The Role Of Enlightenment During The Enlightenment Period

- Enlightenment Composers During the Enlightenment period there were many new, great and exciting ideas and items that became popular. While art changed from Baroque to Rococo, music changed from traditional and church music to an elegant type called classical. Many composers became popular because ballets and operas, which used to be only for the wealthy, were opened up to the middle classes and that allowed them to experience great music. Some of the greatest composers, Mozart, Bach, Haydn, and Handel were all from the Enlightenment period and were famous for their composing....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn]

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Michael Fuchs 's A Piano And Organ Soloist

- On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, at 7:30 pm, the Clayton State University Visual and Performing Arts presented the Clayton State University Chorale. Michael Fuchs conducted and Grant Jones performed as a piano and organ soloist. There were four parts in that performance. Part I included “Dies Irae from Requiem Mass in D minor, K.626” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and “Hor che ‘l Ciel e la Terra” from Claudio Monteverdi. Part II was “O Schone Nacht” from Johannes Brahms and “Standchen” from Franz Schubert....   [tags: Baroque music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Music Of The Classical Era

- The music of the Classical Era was the beginning of a shift away from the focus on authority of the church and intellectual scientific study. The focus now turned to the betterment of society as a whole by calling for change in education, politics, and public conduct. The unfairness and divisions in society were particularly attacked during this period as people were tired of not being able to enjoy music and arts simply because of their station. The role religion played in the development of music and arts also began to diminish as people started to turn away from the ruling forces of the church....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Symphony, Music]

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The Requiem By William Shakespeare

- The Requiem was composed in the fall of 1791 by a very ill Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. “The word Requiem is from the Latin verb to rest and the R.I.P. inscription associated with tombstones is Requisiecat in Pace or May He (She/They) Rest in Peace. The derivation is from the Latin Mass for the Dead of the Roman Catholic Church, the “Missa pro Defunctis” which evolved from the early days of Christianity.” The Requiem is a composition that is a Mass for the Dead, and the parts of the Requiem are generally in these parts: I....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Requiem, Requiem]

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Music During The Enlightenment Period

- During the Enlightenment period, there were many, new, great, and exciting ideas and items that became popular. While art changed from Baroque to Rococo, music changed to an elegant type called classical. Many composers became popular because ballets and operas, which used to be only for the wealthy, got opened up to the middle classes and that let them experience great music. Some of the greatest composers, Mozart, Bach, Haydn, and Handel were all from the Enlightenment period and were famous for their composing....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Joseph Haydn]

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Comparing The 1984 Film Amadeus, Directed By Milo ?† Forman

- ... When Mozart comes to Vienna, Salieri does all he can to meet him and winds up in a room secretly watching Mozart and his soon to be wife, and this is when the viewers of the film find that Mozart was pretty vulgar individual, which was far from the image inside my mind that I had of who Mozart was. Salieri would greet Mozart with a piece he created, which is when Mozart would laugh and offer up some ideas in order to make Salieri’s piece more enjoyable. Salieri would eventually come to conclusion that God was laughing at him through Mozart....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Classical Music And Its Influence On The Western And Other Parts Of The World History

- ... Christian Bach. Moreover, Mozart decided to live in Vienna where there he married to Constanze Mozart. Mozart died in Vienna in December 5th, 1791 at the age of 35. One of his most important piece was the opera “The Marriage of Figaro” composed in 1786 with an Italian libretto written by Lorenzo Da Ponte. Subsequently, Franz Joseph Haydn was the father of the symphony, he was born in Rohrau, Austria in 1732. He was trained to work for St. Stephen’s Cathedral. He spent a big part of his career composing for palaces....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Music And Its Influence On The Modern World

- Have you ever wondered how music, melody, or simply playing any instrument became dynamic to the point that classical music could become a thrilling experience to the audience. One man or rather adolescent have changed how the world has functioned through the sound and mind of his very own creation by almost creating a new realm between the real world problems to his own fantasy musical realm. This adolescent is known by the name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, or Mozart for short. He was born in the year of 1756 to Leopoid Mozart and Anna Maria, at Salzburg....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Music, Opera, Salzburg]

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The Magic Flute By Edgar Istel

- ... Because Mozart was married to Constanze Weber, daughter of Fridolin Weber, he felt as if their two children should only seek education at expensive boarding and private schools while trying to live a lavish lifestyle. This lavish lifestyle would eventually cause burdens after Mozart 's young death at the age of 35, prompting his widowed wife Constanze to do anything necessary to financially support her two children. The A&E television network stated : After his death, Constanze sold many of his unpublished manuscripts to undoubtedly pay off the family’s large debts....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera, The Magic Flute]

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The Music Of The Classical Era

- Grant Weinmann Music in Western Civilization 204 Dr. Allison Ogden Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, Austria is one of the most well known and prolific composers of the classical era. As a child prodigy Mozart learned to play the piano at the age of three by watching his father teach his is older sister. By the age of six Mozart was composing his own music and with his sister, Nannerl, traveling Europe to preform concerts. During these travels young Wolfgang met Johann Christian Bach (youngest son of Johann Sebastian Bach) in which Mozart took great liking to and used similar styles in his own music....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Analysis Of Amadeus By Peter Shaffer

- Summary Analysis of Amadeus Peter Shaffer’s 1984 film Amadeus is the story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, told from the perspective of his peer, so called friend, and rival Antonio Salieri. The movie begins with a man yelling Mozart 's names and saying that he killed him, we soon learn that the man is none other than Antonio Salieri and he is attempting to commit suicide. This act lands him in an insane asylum, where he is then interrogated by Father Vogler a priest who gets Salieri to tell him what he meant by he killed Mozart....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Music, Joseph Haydn]

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The Play ' Amadeus ' And Sunday Night Fever

- ... For example, says Brown, “The messenger who commissioned the Requiem. . . was ordered by Count Walsegg-Stuppach for his wife” (Brown 57). Check format This goes against the idea that the film gives off that the messenger was Salieri himself. Despite the fictional aspects of the film, the musical elements as well as the settings and character motivations used overall transports the viewer into a recreation of 18th century life. Fink says, “Mozart’s compositions often emphasized or even played against the mood and emotions of a particular scene, but they always underlined the particular qualities of Mozart’s 18th century Vienna” (Fink 25)....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Music, Bee Gees, Disco]

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Music Can Be Ever So Powerful

- Music can be ever so powerful. It can fill one with rage, laughter, happiness, and even fear. Music has the ability to change moods in seconds. For those reasons and many more, people all over the planet find solace in music, especially classical music. Classical music can pull at heart-strings and completely engulf anyone’s emotions. Many composers have written pieces that are still enjoyed hundreds of years later, but none compare to that of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It all started in Salzburg, Australia in 1756....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera, Chamber music]

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The Between Italy, Poland, Japan, And The Middle East

- ... In these camps, Jews were detained, “exterminated”, worked to death through “slave labor”, and “subjected to barbaric medical experiments” ("Auschwitz."). The gargantuan scope of these atrocities is precisely what makes them so difficult to overlook when assessing Germany as a whole. However, prior to the perversion of the bratwurst based culture, much like aforementioned Rome, Germany too was a country decorated by a love of the fine arts. Specifically, this adulation gave rise to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, and Johann Wolfgang von Goethe whose musical and literary contributions were revolutionary....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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The Performance I Attended For The Concert Critique

- The performance I attended for the concert critique was a senior recital for Teresa Norton and Tracey Barnes. They played violin and piano respectively. The concert was at Goranson Hall and I immediately felt a sense of closeness and intimacy due to the smaller size of the concert hall, which added to the sentimental value of such a special performance. They played a total of three pieces, which included Liebesleid by Fritz Kreisler, Terzetto in C Major, Op. 74 for Two Violins and Viola by Antonín Dvorák, and Sonata for Violin and Piano, No....   [tags: Music, Tempo, Violin, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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My Experience At A Clarinet Concert On September 8th

- During my spring break vacation in Germany, I went to a clarinet concert on March 8th. Since I play clarinet, I thought it was quite interesting to listen to what can be done with my own instrument. The concert was composed of classical pieces, small ensemble pieces, and even certain things that showed off what the instrument can do. The concert consisted of two sections with an intermission in between, and the musicians would often switch off with each other. The first piece that was played was “Concertino fur Klarinette, Faggot und Orchester B-Dur op....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Music, Clarinet, Piano]

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Johann Van Beethoven And The Garden Wing Of A House

- ... 8. By the age of 13, Beethoven was sufficiently trained to be able to seek paid appointments. From 1784 to 1789, he played the organ at the Bonn court and was a member of the court Chappell as a violist. (Lane, 2006) In 1792, Beethoven left Bonn and permanently moved to Vienna. He settled into a career that he would follow for the remainder of his life. He became a freelancer rather than working for the church or a noble court as most composers before him had done. In doing this he was able to support himself with public performances, sales of his works, and stipends from noblemen who recognized his talent....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Fort Wayne Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra

- The Fort Wayne Philharmonic chamber orchestra brought the Baroque and Classical eras to life at the First Wayne Street United Methodist Church, with their orchestral rendition of Royal Mozart. The orchestra provided the audience with a night full of compositions from prominent musical composers such as Ludwig Van Beethoven, George Frideric Handel, Franz Joseph Haydn and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Beethoven’s Overture to King Stephen, Op. 117, begins energetically with brass instruments, such as the trumpets and french horns, opening the piece in forte, followed by the string instruments....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Ludwig Van Beethoven 's Influence On Music

- Towanda Hamilton Ludwig Van Beethoven July 13, 2015   Ludwig Van Beethoven Ludwig Van Beethoven was one of the greatest musical prodigy’s of Western music who has played a major part in influencing music we listen to today. His music has been played all over the world. Beethoven’s reputation as a composer and pianist is world known buy the numerous orchestral music pieces he composed over the span of his lifetime....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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Symphonies And Their Composers During The Nineteenth Century

- Symphonies and Their Composers Early Eighteenth Century the term “symphony” was applied to the instrumental preludes and postludes of vocal pieces such as arias and songs. By derivation the word means simply “a music ensemble”. Today, we apply the term to a much more larger composition such as an orchestra (typically in three or four movements). The symphony can also be defined as a sonata for orchestra. Symphonies of the earlier era, the Classical Era, were mostly simpler, and followed a smaller scale....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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Music : The Greatest Form Of Entertainment

- Around the world, there are various genres of music from pop to rock, individuals indulge in music as the greatest form of entertainment. One popular genre is classical music. Within classical music there are many great composer one of which is Ludwig van Beethoven. He was a German composer and pianist. Beethoven was very known between the Classical and Romantic Era in Western Classical Music. Beethoven is known as a great composer who had a unique method of composing music as a result of overcoming many obstacles in his life....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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Presentation Of The Concert Report

- Kanishk Chaurasia Mr. R. Kinnett Music 1306 S75 04 December 2014 INDIVIDUAL CONCERT REPORT I went to the Dallas Chamber Symphony concert. I got to experience three lovely composers Ralph Vaughan-Williams, Charles Ives and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. The instruments consisted in the Ralph V Williams’ The Lark Ascending were mainly solo violin, flute like instrument and piano for providing the background to the solo violin. The Charles Ives’ Symphony No. 3 “The Camp Meeting” included instruments such as mainly the violin, flute, strings, trombone and bells, whereas, the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto No....   [tags: Music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Chamber music]

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Rationalism And The Classical Period

- The Classical period was a time in which the concept that the universe was rational and explainable became the predominant mode of thinking. Through scientific discovery, people believed that the answers to life’s questions were within reach. The laws of physics were revealing themselves, and concepts such as an elliptical orbit that binds and allows planets to revolve around the sun were formulating and accepted on a large-scale. In the past, people thought Earth was the center of the universe....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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An Classical Composer Named Dressler

- ... In Vienna, Beethoven dedicated himself solely to musical study with the most eminent musicians of the age. He studied piano with Haydn, vocal composition with Antonio Salieri and counterpoint with Johann Albrechtsberger. Not yet known as a composer, Beethoven quickly established a reputation as a brilliant pianist who was especially skilled at improvisation. Beethoven had many people who enjoyed his music among the leading citizens of the Viennese upper classes, who provided him with lodging and funds, in 1794 allowing him to cut ties with the Electorate of Cologne....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Classical And Romantic Era

- ... Writing his first three piano sonatas, one was named KurfUrst, which was published in 1783, because of their dedication to the Elector Maximilian Friedrich. Maximilian Friedrich then noticed Beethoven 's talent and decided to encourage him to pursue musical studies. Traveling to Vienna in March of 1787 for the first time Beethoven had hopes of studying with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but this ended up not happening it is unsure if they have even ever met each other. He then learned about his mother falling ill and returned home only after two weeks of being in Vienna....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Classical Era Of Music

- The Classical era in music encompasses the latter half of the eighteenth century and the early decades of the nineteenth century. During this time, the rule of strong aristocrats continued through Europe. Louis XV presided over Versailles, while Frederick the Great ruled Prussia, Maria Theresa ruled Austria, and Catherine the Great ruled Russia. In such societies, the ruling class enjoyed its power through hereditary right, passed down from one generation to the next. At the same time, a new economic power was growing through the Industrial Revolution, which gathered momentum in the mid-eighteenth century through a series of important inventions....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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The Baroque Form Of Music

- Around the end of the 16th century and the beginning of the seventeenth, the Baroque form of music started in Italy. Italy, the famous city the renaissance started, was able to produce a brand new style of music wealthy in feeling, however less convoluted than a lot of the previous renaissance music that was focused towards the north (One example is France and the Netherlands also come into play). New ideas, like interaction between the assorted instruments in an orchestra, became current, in contrast to the monophony of previous years....   [tags: Baroque music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Opera]

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Music Is A Powerful Art Form That Can Motivate And Change One 's Emotions And Mood

- Music is a powerful art form that can motivate and change one’s emotions and mood. Listening to music for relaxation is common among many students to counteract the effects of stress or anxiety while completing difficult academic tasks. Some studies supporting this technique have shown that background music promotes cognitive performance while other studies have shown that listening to music while engaged in complex cognitive tasks can impair performance. The aim of the project is to research the following topic, “Does listening to music while working distract you?” The main reason why I chose this topic was due to being a victim to music when it comes to studying and interested to know the...   [tags: Brain, Psychology, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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Music Effects On The Music

- Music Effects… When thinking about music one might not think twice about it. Yet, it is a form of art that connects with people in many ways. People are surrounded by music in their everyday life, whether it’s from taking the elevator up to work in the morning, or using headphones just to be secluded from the noisy world. People also listen to music daily, during their every day routines; carting around smart phones, carrying gigabytes of music. Some listen to music intentionally, for instance while driving; working out, studying, boredom…etc....   [tags: Brain, Cerebrum, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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The Baroque Era Of Music

- The Baroque Period, 1600-1750, marked another unique era of musical experimentation and evolvement. Titled after the trendy ornate architectural style during this period, the Baroque period, 1600 to 1750, witnessed a widespread change in the composer’s musical desires as they widely rebelled against the traditional styles that were prevalent during the Renaissance. With this era stained with monarchs attempting to outperform one another with pride and pageantry the development and grandeur of music excelled to new heights....   [tags: Baroque music, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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My Father 's Life With Music As A Young Kid

- ... Music and Young Children Music provides many benefits that help develop children at a very young age. Researchers have found that early exposure to music can develop the cognitive process of kids, among other things. Dr. Jehan Mattar conducted an experiment to test the effects of Mozart 's classic music on kindergarten students between the ages of five and six. The results of experiments illustrated that the students who were listening to Mozart 's classical music showed better coordination, regularity and enthusiasm in class (Mattar 7)....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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The Classical Era Of The Modern Era

- Ludwig van Beethoven The Classical era was a time for order, objectivity, harmonious proportion, and noble simplicity. The switch between the ways of the old world and the beginning of the new world was what constituted the characteristics that shaped this era. Major changes were brought into the world; advances in science and ideas, the changing of aristocratic sovereigns in Europe, style of art and ways of thinking. However, a major part of the Classical era that changed was music. This new era brought with it a handful of new musicians and composers, such as Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, and Schubert....   [tags: Ludwig van Beethoven, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]

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Biography Of Ludwig Van Beethoven On The Death Of The Emperor Joseph II

- ... Salieri came to Vienna when he was only sixteen and some believe that the Emperor like his music better than that of Mozart. It is also rumored that Salieri poisoned Mozart because of their rivalry but Beethoven did not believe it because Salieri was so kind to him. Salieri taught Beethoven how to write for the voice. He even directed some of Beethoven’s Italian pieces for verbal accent. “Hyden, Albechrbeger, Salieri—Beethoven absorbed all they had to give him without becoming confused by the teaching....   [tags: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven]

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