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Mozart 6. Nothing Else Matters Metallica Slow speed? He composed more than works, many of which are acknowledged as pinnacles of symphonic , concertante , chamber , operatic , and choral music.
He is considered among the greatest classical composers of all time,   and his influence on Western music is profound. Ludwig van Beethoven composed his early works in the shadow of Mozart, and Joseph Haydn wrote: "posterity will not see such a talent again in years".
His elder sister was Maria Anna Mozart — , nicknamed "Nannerl". Mozart was baptised the day after his birth, at St.
Rupert's Cathedral in Salzburg. In , he was appointed as fourth violinist in the musical establishment of Count Leopold Anton von Firmian , the ruling Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg.
Leopold became the orchestra's deputy Kapellmeister in During the year of his son's birth, Leopold published a violin textbook, Versuch einer gründlichen Violinschule , which achieved success.
When Nannerl was 7, she began keyboard lessons with her father, while her three-year-old brother looked on. Years later, after her brother's death, she reminisced:.
He often spent much time at the clavier , picking out thirds, which he was ever striking, and his pleasure showed that it sounded good.
In the fourth year of his age his father, for a game as it were, began to teach him a few minuets and pieces at the clavier.
He could play it faultlessly and with the greatest delicacy, and keeping exactly in time. At the age of five, he was already composing little pieces, which he played to his father who wrote them down.
These early pieces, K. There is some scholarly debate about whether Mozart was four or five years old when he created his first musical compositions, though there is little doubt that Mozart composed his first three pieces of music within a few weeks of each other: K.
In his early years, Wolfgang's father was his only teacher. Along with music, he taught his children languages and academic subjects.
While Wolfgang was young, his family made several European journeys in which he and Nannerl performed as child prodigies. A long concert tour followed, spanning three and a half years, taking the family to the courts of Munich, Mannheim , Paris, London,  Dover, The Hague, Amsterdam, Utrecht, Mechelen and again to Paris, and back home via Zurich , Donaueschingen , and Munich.
A particularly significant influence was Johann Christian Bach , whom he visited in London in and When he was eight years old, Mozart wrote his first symphony, most of which was probably transcribed by his father.
The family trips were often challenging, and travel conditions were primitive. This tour lasted from December to March As with earlier journeys, Leopold wanted to display his son's abilities as a performer and a rapidly maturing composer.
In Rome, he heard Gregorio Allegri 's Miserere twice in performance, in the Sistine Chapel , and wrote it out from memory, thus producing the first unauthorized copy of this closely guarded property of the Vatican.
In Milan, Mozart wrote the opera Mitridate, re di Ponto , which was performed with success. This led to further opera commissions.
Leopold hoped these visits would result in a professional appointment for his son, and indeed ruling Archduke Ferdinand contemplated hiring Mozart, but owing to his mother Empress Maria Theresa 's reluctance to employ "useless people", the matter was dropped [d] and Leopold's hopes were never realized.
After finally returning with his father from Italy on 13 March , Mozart was employed as a court musician by the ruler of Salzburg, Prince-Archbishop Hieronymus Colloredo.
The composer had many friends and admirers in Salzburg  and had the opportunity to work in many genres, including symphonies, sonatas, string quartets, masses , serenades, and a few minor operas.
Between April and December , Mozart developed an enthusiasm for violin concertos, producing a series of five the only ones he ever wrote , which steadily increased in their musical sophistication.
The last three— K. Despite these artistic successes, Mozart grew increasingly discontented with Salzburg and redoubled his efforts to find a position elsewhere.
One reason was his low salary, florins a year;  Mozart longed to compose operas, and Salzburg provided only rare occasions for these.
The situation worsened in when the court theatre was closed, especially since the other theatre in Salzburg was primarily reserved for visiting troupes.
Two long expeditions in search of work interrupted this long Salzburg stay. Neither visit was successful, though the Munich journey resulted in a popular success with the premiere of Mozart's opera La finta giardiniera.
In August , Mozart resigned his position at Salzburg  [e] and on 23 September ventured out once more in search of employment, with visits to Augsburg , Mannheim, Paris, and Munich.
Mozart became acquainted with members of the famous orchestra in Mannheim, the best in Europe at the time. He also fell in love with Aloysia Weber , one of four daughters of a musical family.
There were prospects of employment in Mannheim, but they came to nothing,  and Mozart left for Paris on 14 March  to continue his search.
One of his letters from Paris hints at a possible post as an organist at Versailles , but Mozart was not interested in such an appointment.
While Mozart was in Paris, his father was pursuing opportunities of employment for him in Salzburg. The annual salary was florins,  but he was reluctant to accept.
After leaving Paris in September for Strasbourg, he lingered in Mannheim and Munich, still hoping to obtain an appointment outside Salzburg.
In Munich, he again encountered Aloysia, now a very successful singer, but she was no longer interested in him. Among the better-known works which Mozart wrote on the Paris journey are the A minor piano sonata , K.
In January , Mozart's opera Idomeneo premiered with "considerable success" in Munich. For Colloredo, this was simply a matter of wanting his musical servant to be at hand Mozart indeed was required to dine in Colloredo's establishment with the valets and cooks.
My main goal right now is to meet the emperor in some agreeable fashion, I am absolutely determined he should get to know me.
I would be so happy if I could whip through my opera for him and then play a fugue or two, for that's what he likes.
Mozart did indeed soon meet the Emperor, who eventually was to support his career substantially with commissions and a part-time position.
In the same letter to his father just quoted, Mozart outlined his plans to participate as a soloist in the concerts of the Tonkünstler-Societät , a prominent benefit concert series;  this plan as well came to pass after the local nobility prevailed on Colloredo to drop his opposition.
Colloredo's wish to prevent Mozart from performing outside his establishment was in other cases, however, carried through, raising the composer's anger; one example was a chance to perform before the Emperor at Countess Thun 's for a fee equal to half of his yearly Salzburg salary.
The quarrel with the archbishop came to a head in May: Mozart attempted to resign and was refused. The following month, permission was granted, but in a grossly insulting way: the composer was dismissed literally "with a kick in the arse", administered by the archbishop's steward, Count Arco.
Mozart decided to settle in Vienna as a freelance performer and composer. The quarrel with the archbishop went harder for Mozart because his father sided against him.
Hoping fervently that he would obediently follow Colloredo back to Salzburg, Mozart's father exchanged intense letters with his son, urging him to be reconciled with their employer.
Mozart passionately defended his intention to pursue an independent career in Vienna. The debate ended when Mozart was dismissed by the archbishop, freeing himself both of his employer and of his father's demands to return.
Solomon characterizes Mozart's resignation as a "revolutionary step", and it significantly altered the course of his life.
Mozart's new career in Vienna began well. He often performed as a pianist, notably in a competition before the Emperor with Muzio Clementi on 24 December ,  and he soon "had established himself as the finest keyboard player in Vienna".
The work was soon being performed "throughout German-speaking Europe",  and thoroughly established Mozart's reputation as a composer.
Near the height of his quarrels with Colloredo, Mozart moved in with the Weber family, who had moved to Vienna from Mannheim.
The father, Fridolin, had died, and the Webers were now taking in lodgers to make ends meet. Aloysia, who had earlier rejected Mozart's suit, was now married to the actor and artist Joseph Lange.
Mozart's interest shifted to the third Weber daughter, Constanze. The courtship did not go entirely smoothly; surviving correspondence indicates that Mozart and Constanze briefly separated in April Stephen's Cathedral , the day before his father's consent arrived in the mail.
In and , Mozart became intimately acquainted with the work of Johann Sebastian Bach and George Frideric Handel as a result of the influence of Gottfried van Swieten , who owned many manuscripts of the Baroque masters.
Mozart's study of these scores inspired compositions in Baroque style and later influenced his musical language, for example in fugal passages in Die Zauberflöte "The Magic Flute" and the finale of Symphony No.
In , Mozart and his wife visited his family in Salzburg. His father and sister were cordially polite to Constanze, but the visit prompted the composition of one of Mozart's great liturgical pieces, the Mass in C minor.
Though not completed, it was premiered in Salzburg, with Constanze singing a solo part. Mozart met Joseph Haydn in Vienna around , and the two composers became friends.
When Haydn visited Vienna, they sometimes played together in an impromptu string quartet. Mozart's six quartets dedicated to Haydn K.
From to Mozart mounted concerts with himself as a soloist, presenting three or four new piano concertos in each season.
Since space in the theatres was scarce, he booked unconventional venues: a large room in the Trattnerhof an apartment building , and the ballroom of the Mehlgrube a restaurant.
Solomon writes that during this period, Mozart created "a harmonious connection between an eager composer-performer and a delighted audience, which was given the opportunity of witnessing the transformation and perfection of a major musical genre".
With substantial returns from his concerts and elsewhere, Mozart and his wife adopted a rather luxurious lifestyle. They moved to an expensive apartment, with a yearly rent of florins.
Saving was therefore impossible, and the short period of financial success did nothing to soften the hardship the Mozarts were later to experience.
Despite the great success of Die Entführung aus dem Serail , Mozart did little operatic writing for the next four years, producing only two unfinished works and the one-act Der Schauspieldirektor.
He focused instead on his career as a piano soloist and writer of concertos. Its reception in Prague later in the year was even warmer, and this led to a second collaboration with Da Ponte: the opera Don Giovanni , which premiered in October to acclaim in Prague, but less success in Vienna in These developments were not witnessed by Mozart's father, who had died on 28 May In December , Mozart finally obtained a steady post under aristocratic patronage.
Emperor Joseph II appointed him as his "chamber composer", a post that had fallen vacant the previous month on the death of Gluck. It was a part-time appointment, paying just florins per year, and required Mozart only to compose dances for the annual balls in the Redoutensaal see Mozart and dance.
This modest income became important to Mozart when hard times arrived. Court records show that Joseph aimed to keep the esteemed composer from leaving Vienna in pursuit of better prospects.
In , the young Ludwig van Beethoven spent several weeks in Vienna, hoping to study with Mozart.
Toward the end of the decade, Mozart's circumstances worsened. Around he had ceased to appear frequently in public concerts, and his income shrank.
By mid, Mozart and his family had moved from central Vienna to the suburb of Alsergrund. Around this time, Mozart made some long journeys hoping to improve his fortunes: to Leipzig, Dresden, and Berlin in the spring of , and Frankfurt , Mannheim, and other German cities in Mozart's last year was, until his final illness struck, a time of high productivity—and by some accounts, one of personal recovery.
Mozart's financial situation, a source of anxiety in , finally began to improve. Although the evidence is inconclusive,  it appears that wealthy patrons in Hungary and Amsterdam pledged annuities to Mozart in return for the occasional composition.
He is thought to have benefited from the sale of dance music written in his role as Imperial chamber composer.
He experienced great satisfaction in the public success of some of his works, notably The Magic Flute which was performed several times in the short period between its premiere and Mozart's death  and the Little Masonic Cantata K.
His health deteriorated on 20 November, at which point he became bedridden, suffering from swelling, pain, and vomiting.
Mozart was nursed in his final illness by his wife and her youngest sister and was attended by the family doctor, Thomas Franz Closset.
He was mentally occupied with the task of finishing his Requiem , but the evidence that he dictated passages to his student Franz Xaver Süssmayr is minimal.
Mozart was interred in a common grave, in accordance with contemporary Viennese custom, at the St. If, as later reports say, no mourners attended, that too is consistent with Viennese burial customs at the time; later Otto Jahn wrote that Salieri , Süssmayr , van Swieten and two other musicians were present.
The tale of a storm and snow is false; the day was calm and mild. The expression "common grave" refers to neither a communal grave nor a pauper's grave, but an individual grave for a member of the common people i.
Common graves were subject to excavation after ten years; the graves of aristocrats were not. The cause of Mozart's death cannot be known with certainty.
The official record has it as hitziges Frieselfieber "severe miliary fever", referring to a rash that looks like millet seeds , more a description of the symptoms than a diagnosis.
Researchers have suggested more than a hundred causes of death, including acute rheumatic fever ,   streptococcal infection ,   trichinosis ,   influenza , mercury poisoning , and a rare kidney ailment.
Mozart's modest funeral did not reflect his standing with the public as a composer; memorial services and concerts in Vienna and Prague were well-attended.
Indeed, in the period immediately after his death, his reputation rose substantially. Solomon describes an "unprecedented wave of enthusiasm"  for his work; biographies were written first by Schlichtegroll , Niemetschek , and Nissen ; and publishers vied to produce complete editions of his works.
Mozart's physical appearance was described by tenor Michael Kelly in his Reminiscences : "a remarkably small man, very thin and pale, with a profusion of fine, fair hair of which he was rather vain".
His early biographer Niemetschek wrote, "there was nothing special about [his] physique. He was small and his countenance, except for his large intense eyes, gave no signs of his genius.
He loved elegant clothing. Kelly remembered him at a rehearsal: "[He] was on the stage with his crimson pelisse and gold-laced cocked hat , giving the time of the music to the orchestra.
Mozart usually worked long and hard, finishing compositions at a tremendous pace as deadlines approached. He often made sketches and drafts; unlike Beethoven's, these are mostly not preserved, as his wife sought to destroy them after his death.
Mozart lived at the center of the Viennese musical world, and knew a significant number and variety of people: fellow musicians, theatrical performers, fellow Salzburgers, and aristocrats, including some acquaintance with Emperor Joseph II.
Leutgeb and Mozart carried on a curious kind of friendly mockery, often with Leutgeb as the butt of Mozart's practical jokes.
He enjoyed billiards and dancing and kept pets: a canary, a starling , a dog, and a horse for recreational riding. Mozart was raised a Roman Catholic and remained a devout member of the church throughout his life.
Mozart's music, like Haydn 's, stands as an archetype of the Classical style. At the time he began composing, European music was dominated by the style galant , a reaction against the highly evolved intricacy of the Baroque.
Progressively, and in large part at the hands of Mozart himself, the contrapuntal complexities of the late Baroque emerged once more, moderated and disciplined by new forms , and adapted to a new aesthetic and social milieu.
Mozart was a versatile composer, and wrote in every major genre, including symphony , opera, the solo concerto, chamber music including string quartet and string quintet , and the piano sonata.
These forms were not new, but Mozart advanced their technical sophistication and emotional reach. He almost single-handedly developed and popularized the Classical piano concerto.
He wrote a great deal of religious music , including large-scale masses , as well as dances, divertimenti , serenades , and other forms of light entertainment.
The central traits of the Classical style are all present in Mozart's music. Clarity, balance, and transparency are the hallmarks of his work, but simplistic notions of its delicacy mask the exceptional power of his finest masterpieces, such as the Piano Concerto No.
Charles Rosen makes the point forcefully:. It is only through recognizing the violence and sensuality at the center of Mozart's work that we can make a start towards a comprehension of his structures and an insight into his magnificence.
In a paradoxical way, Schumann 's superficial characterization of the G minor Symphony can help us to see Mozart's daemon more steadily. In all of Mozart's supreme expressions of suffering and terror, there is something shockingly voluptuous.
During his last decade, Mozart frequently exploited chromatic harmony. A notable instance is his String Quartet in C major , K.
Mozart always had a gift for absorbing and adapting the valuable features of others' music. His travels helped in the forging of a unique compositional language.
Bach and heard his music. In Paris, Mannheim, and Vienna he met with other compositional influences, as well as the avant-garde capabilities of the Mannheim orchestra.
In Italy, he encountered the Italian overture and opera buffa , both of which deeply affected the evolution of his practice.
In London and Italy, the galant style was in the ascendent: simple, light music with a mania for cadencing ; an emphasis on tonic, dominant, and subdominant to the exclusion of other harmonies; symmetrical phrases; and clearly articulated partitions in the overall form of movements.
Others mimic the works of J. Bach, and others show the simple rounded binary forms turned out by Viennese composers.
As Mozart matured, he progressively incorporated more features adapted from the Baroque. For example, the Symphony No. The influence of the Sturm und Drang "Storm and Stress" period in music, with its brief foreshadowing of the Romantic era , is evident in the music of both composers at that time.
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