101 Amazing Mozart Facts by Jack Goldstein

By Jack Goldstein

Do you must be aware of the entire vital evidence approximately Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? among many different issues, the mythical composer wrote over six hundred works, was once made a knight through the Pope, mastered greater than twelve languages and wrote poems approximately really unsavory subjects...

This easy-to-digest publication delivers the knowledge you want to learn about Mozart in handily organised sections. even if you're writing a heritage venture on him otherwise you simply are looking to discover extra a couple of guy thought of by way of many to be the world's maximum composer, this pocket-sized fact-book is a straightforward strategy to get the data you will have quickly!

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Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor - warm and relaxing. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - bold and beautiful. String Quartet No. 15 in D Minor - intertwining beauty. Don Giovanni - dark, complex but ultimately rewarding. The Most Amazing Facts As is often the case with the truly great musicians, Mozart was also a brilliant mathematician. A Story about Mozart goes thus: Knowing that he liked to stay in bed well past noon, a friend visited him early in the morning. Getting no reply from Mozart when he tried to wake him, the friend went to a piano and played a piece of music but stopped before the final chord.

Symphony No. 40 in G Minor - a commonly known piece that is still a work of genius. Clarinet Quintet in A Major - considered by many to be Mozart’s best ever work. Symphony No. 41 (Jupiter) in C major - Mozart’s last symphony and possibly his best. Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor - warm and relaxing. Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - bold and beautiful. String Quartet No. 15 in D Minor - intertwining beauty. Don Giovanni - dark, complex but ultimately rewarding. The Most Amazing Facts As is often the case with the truly great musicians, Mozart was also a brilliant mathematician.

During this two-year trip, Mozart composed his first opera, Mitridate, re di Ponto. The performance of this was a success, and over the next few years, Mozart returned to Italy to compose two further operas, Ascanio in Alba and Lucio Silla. When Mozart finally returned from his Italian trips, he was employed as a court musician by Prince-Archbishop Hieronymus Colloredo, the ruler of Mozart’s home town of Salzburg. During this time, he composed a number of pieces including five violin concertos and a number of piano concertos.

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