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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

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  • 1. By: Javier Urdiales, Javier Biera and Jaime Cervera
  • 2. Index
    • Most important aspects
    • Biography
      • Family and childhood
      • Career:
      • Illness and death
    • Style
    • Influence
    • Anecdotes
    1762 - 1778 1781 - 1791
  • 3. Most important aspects
    • His complete name is Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgang us Amadeus Theophilus Mozart .
    • Was born January 27 in 1756.
    • Died December 5 in 1791 exactly at 1 a.m. at the age of 35.
    • Mozart wrote 600 compositions.
  • 4. Biography (family and childhood)
    • He was born the 27th of January of 1756 in Salzburg (Austria).
    • Her parents were Leopold and Anna Maria Perlt Mozart.
    • He was baptized in St. Rupert’s Cathedral the day after his birth.
    • He started his piano lessons at the
    • age of seven but he had already
    • started composing at the age of five.
  • 5. Biography (career) ( 1762 – 1778)
    • Mozart did several European travels.
    • A particular influence of this travels was that he met Johann Christian Bach.
    • Between 1769 to 1771 father and son went to Italy leaving mother and sister at home.
    • Mozart met G.B. Martini in Bologna.
    • In Milan, Mozart wrote the opera Mitridate, re di Porto .
    • Between 1773 and 1777, Mozart was workin in the Salzburg court.
  • 6. Biography (career) ( 1781 – 1791)
    • In January 1781, Mozart’s
    • opera Idomeneo premiered
    • with considerable success in
    • Munich.
    • The firsts years he stayed in
    • Vienna began well.
    • In 1785 Mozart began his famous operatic collaboration with the librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte.
  • 7. Biography (illness and death)
    • Mozart fell sick more or less the 6th of September
    • The 30 September the illness intensified.
    • On 20 November Mozart became
    • bedridden, suffering from swelling, pain
    • and vomiting.
    • Mozart died the 5 of December in 1791.
  • 8. Style
    • Mozart and Haydn’s stands as an archetypal example of the Classical style.
    • Mozart adapted new forms of the Baroque
    • style.
    • He advanced the technical sophistication
    • and emotional reach of all his
    • compositions.
  • 9. Influence
    • Mozart’s most famous pupil was Johann Nepomuk Hummel.
    • Most important is the influence this will have on the later generations.
  • 10. Anecdotes
  • 11.  

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