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  • 1. "People are wrong who think my art comes easily to me. I assure you, nobody has devoted so much time and thought to composition as I."
  • 2. January 27, 1756 Salzburg, Austria
  • 3. FATHER His father, Leopold, was a very good musician and composer and worked for the ruler of Salzburg, the Archbishop. M O T H E R His mother had seven children, but only two survived, Mozart and his sister Nannerl.
  • 4. When his sister Nannerl was seven and Wolferl was Sister,Papa three, Nannerl started teaching her to play the piano.
  • 5. Started composing at the age of 5 and symphonies at 9. He learned to play the piano and violin at an early age.
  • 6. He was too little to play the violin, (or so his dad thought) but they got him a little violin, just like Papa's, only smaller. One day, Papa came home with two friends. Wolfang came into the drawing room with his little violin and asked if he could play. His father refused, until a friend of his father’s said he could play with him. They all started playing, then everyone stopped and watched Mozart play the violin part all by himself – without any lessons!
  • 7. One of his First compositions Twinkle Twinkle Little Star
  • 8. Young Mozart travelled throughout Europe
  • 9. • Mozart and his family travelled to different countries; Munich, París, London, etc, and he gave a lot of concerts for some kings and emperors. • When he was 17 years old he worked in the Salzburg’s court. • Later he left his job and travelled with his mother to look for a new job.
  • 10. At 6, he and his sister, performed series of concerts to Europe’s courts and major cities. In Paris, the young Mozart published his first works, four sonatas for clavier with accompanying violin (1764). In 1768, he composed his first opera, La Finta Semplice. This first Italian trip culminated in a new opera, Mitridate, re di Ponto, composed for Milan.
  • 11. In two further Italian journeys he wrote two more operas for Milan, Ascanio in Alba (1771) and Lucio Silla (1772). Mozart's career in Vienna began promisingly, and he was soon commissioned to write The Abduction from the Seraglio (1782). Greatest success was Le Nozze di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro) (1786), composed for the Vienna Opera.
  • 12. For all his triumphs.. Leopold Mozart Father. Mentor. Inspiration. Johann Christian Bach Franz Josef Haydn Friend. Inspiration. Dear Friend. Inspiration. violinist and a music teacher who influenced the concerto gave him encouragement to be style of Mozart musically-inclined valued his opinions and was highly influenced by him
  • 13. • After that, he fell in love with Aloysia Weber but he married whit Constanza Weber, her sister, in 1782. They got married in Viena and they had six children.
  • 14. Death of his mother Hindrances. Problems. Challenges.
  • 15. His death gave rise to false rumors of poisoning, is thought to have resulted from rheumatic fever, a disease which he had suffered from repeatedly through his life.
  • 16. After a cheap funeral at Saint Stephen's Cathedral, he was buried in an unmarked grave at the cemetery of Saint Marx, a Viennese suburb. Much has been made of this, but at that time such burial was legally required for all Viennese except those of noble or aristocratic birth.
  • 17. CONCERTO When he was six, Mozart wrote a concerto, a difficult musical form even for an experienced grown- up to write!
  • 18. They often played for important people who would pay them with gifts instead of money. Making enough money was always difficult for the Mozart family.
  • 19. REFERENCES Arizona Opera (2005). Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Retrieved from http://www.azopera.com/learn.php?subcat=composerbios&composer=mozart BiographyShelf.com (n.d.) Short biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Retrieved from http://www.biographyshelf.com/wolfgang_amadeus_mozart_biography.html Music with Ease (2005-11). The life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Retrieved from http://www.musicwithease.com/mozart-life.html http://www.amazon.com/Mozart-Biography-Robert-W-Gutman/dp/0156011719/sr=15/qid=1158593405/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books#reader_0156011719 http://library.thinkquest.org/22673/haydn.html

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