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The Life of Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is referred to be one of the three greatest musicians in the genre of Bach and Beethoven. He is regarded to be the pioneer of Western musical tradition. Mozart did not exemplify personal beauty very much as his parents but he was remarkable in his musical beauty.
Born in 1756, Mozart seemed to have inherited the interest for music from his father, Leopold Mozart who was a choir master and the court musician for the Prince Archbishop of Salzburg (Herbermann, 1913, p.623). Mozart demonstrated his skills in piano before he was above five years of age. He was honored with the Order of the Golden Spur when he was only thirteen years old. Mozart had an estranged relationship with his father though he had gained his initial inspirations from him itself. This had worsened after the death of his mother, when Mozart decided to walk out on his father and become a self made person. He married in Constanze and he also consumed alcohol heavily. It is said the he died of rheumatic fever (Jenkins, 2005, p.113). Music and conflicts Mozart was born in the time when the Christian society was torn between the Catholics and the Protestants. His parents had to travel extensively from London to Austria. Mozart was also a prodigy in languages as he had learnt fifteen languages over his life time. “In 1769, the 13-year-old Wolfgang had composed the first 65 pieces in the Kochel catalogue. ...
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