Faithfully Mozart

Faithfully Mozart
Title Faithfully Mozart PDF eBook
Author Donovan Bixley
Publisher
Pages 121
Release 2005
Genre
ISBN 9789895542260

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Title Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PDF eBook
Author Diane Cook
Publisher
Pages 0
Release 2014
Genre Composers
ISBN 9781422228609

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An illustrated biography of Mozart, one of the most important composers of all time.

Mozart the Man and the Artist

Mozart the Man and the Artist
Title Mozart the Man and the Artist PDF eBook
Author Friedrich Kerst
Publisher 1st World Library - Literary Society
Pages 140
Release 2005-10-01
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 9781421807348

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The German composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was not only a musical genius, but was also one of the pre-eminent geniuses of the Western world. He defined in his music a system of musical thought and an entire state of mind that were unlike any previously experienced. A true child prodigy, he began composing at age 5 and rapidly developed his unmistakable style; by 18 he was composing works capable of altering the mind-states of entire civilizations. Indeed, he and his predecessor Bach accomplished the Olympian feat of adding to the human concepts of civility and civilization. So these two were not just musical geniuses, but geniuses of the humanities. Mozart's music IS civilization. It encompasses all that is humane about an idealized civilization. And it probably was Mozart's main purpose to create and propagate a concept of a great civilization through his music. He wanted to show his fellow Europeans, with their garbage-polluted citystreets, their violent mono-maniacal leaders and their stifling, non- humane bureaucracies, new ideas on how to run their civilizations properly. He wanted them to hear and feel a sense of civilized movement, of the musical expressions of man moving as he would if upholding the highest values of idealized societies. One need only listen to the revolutionary opening bars of his famous Eine Kleine Nachtmusik to see this.

Mozart Speaks

Mozart Speaks
Title Mozart Speaks PDF eBook
Author Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Publisher Simon & Schuster Books For Young Readers
Pages 446
Release 1995
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 9780028713564

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This text includes letters, documents, contemporary accounts, and commentary to act as a musical companion and guide to Mozart's daily life. His artistic codes, teaching methods, and views on composition are illuminated with musical examples.

The Life and Times of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

The Life and Times of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Title The Life and Times of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PDF eBook
Author John Bankston
Publisher Mitchell Lane
Pages 66
Release 2019-12-05
Genre Biography & Autobiography
ISBN 1545749019

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As a little boy, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began writing musical compositions when most kids his age were still learning to read. By the time he was seven, Mozart was an accomplished musician who could play several instruments and also sing. Accompanied by his older sister, Nannerl, and his father, Leopold, young Wolfgang toured Europe. He performed before royalty and some of the richest members of society. By the time he was twelve, Wolfgang was famous. He first tasted failure as a teenager, as audiences ignored his operas, and he had trouble making money. He began to be known for his bad jokes and relentless pursuit of women. He eventually married the sister of the woman who broke his heart. In adulthood, Mozart s problems grew. He couldn't keep a job. He was usually broke. One of the greatest composers the world had ever known was forced to make a living giving piano lessons. Yet today, he is one of the most celebrated and respected composers of all time.?

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Title Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart PDF eBook
Author Mike Venezia
Publisher C. Press/F. Watts Trade
Pages 0
Release 2017
Genre Composers
ISBN 9780531220580

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A biography of the child prodigy who wrote more than 800 pieces of music before his untimely death at thirty-five.

Mozart

Mozart
Title Mozart PDF eBook
Author Ann M. Lingg
Publisher
Pages 342
Release 2013-10
Genre
ISBN 9781258894337

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This is a new release of the original 1949 edition.