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composed by Mozart

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  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus — orig. Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart born Jan. 27, 1756, Salzburg, Archbishopric of Salzburg died Dec. 5, 1791, Vienna Austrian composer. Son of the violinist and composer Leopold Mozart (1719–87), he was born the year of the… …   Universalium

  • Mozart and dance — The Grosse Redoutensaal (Grand Ballroom) of the Hofburg Imperial Palace in Vienna, where much of Mozart s dance music was first performed. The composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote a great deal of dance music. This article covers the types of… …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart's compositional method — Mozart portrayed by his brother in law Joseph Lange The question of how Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart created his works has long been studied. 19th century views on this topic were often based on a romantic, mythologizing conception of the process of… …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart piano concertos — Number of concertos: 27 Instrumentation: Piano and orchestra Dates of composition: 1767–1791 The Mozart piano concertos refer …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart (horse) — Mozart Racing colours of Michael Tabor …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart 252 — photograph by Michael Nyman design by Russell Mills and Storm Clarke Webster Studio album in tribute to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart by …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart Santos Batista Júnior — Mozart Personal information Full name Mozart Santos Batista Júnior …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart family grand tour — Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1763, aged seven, at the start of the Grand Tour. He is wearing livery presented by the Empress of Austria the previous winter. The Mozart family grand tour …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart in Italy — A portrait of Mozart, aged 14, in Verona, 1770, by Saverio dalla Rosa (1745–1821) Between 1769 and 1773, the young Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his father Leopold Mozart made three Italian journeys. The first, an extended tour of 15 months, was… …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart's Berlin journey — The cities of Vienna, Prague, Dresden, and Berlin lie on a roughly north south axis, in the present day nations of Austria (tan), the Czech Republic (orange) and Germany (light blue); Leipzig falls somewhat to the west of this axis. Distances:… …   Wikipedia

  • Mozart and Roman Catholicism — St. Stephen s Cathedral, Vienna, the most important edifice of the Roman Catholic Church in Vienna. Mozart s marriage and funeral took place here. The celebrated composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was raised Roman Catholic and remained… …   Wikipedia

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