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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and his Music

My senior project on the life and death of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and how his music impacted the world.
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Lauren Fredmund

on 9 March 2011

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart By: Lauren Fredmund January 27, 1756 Salzburg, Austria Anna Maria Pertl Johann Georg Leopold Mozart (1719-1787) (1720-1778) Maria Anna Mozart (1751-1829) child prodigies 1762 Munich Paris London The Hague Johann Christian Bach Brussels Salzburg 1766 King George III King Louis XV first three symphonies
K 16, K 19, K 19A 1767 Vienna Bastien und Bastienne (German, spoken dialogue, comedy) festal mass for orphanage 1769 La finta semplice 1769-1770 Italy Mitridate, rè di Ponto, for Milan Ascanio 1771 Lucio Silla 1772 1772 Archbishop Von Colloredo's concert master 1777 Paris Symphony 1778 Mother dies 1779 Salzburg, court organist 1781 commisioned to write an opera for Munich, Idomeneo 1781 dismissed by Colloredo 1782 The Abduction from the Seraglio court composer for emperor Joseph II 1782 married Constanze Weber from Germany 1776 "The Marriage of Figaro" Disappearing fame 1787 Don Giovanni Third and Final libretto and "The Magic Flute" 1791 secret requiem illness struck December 5 he dies he is still seen today as one of the greatest composers of all time classical era composer music still lives on examples I hope you enjoyed my presentation Any questions?
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