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Mozart [PDF] ✪ Mozart Author Manuel Komroff – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk As warm and golden as his music this authoritative biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart introduces the young reader to one of the greatest musical geniuses of all timeIllustrated by Warren ChappellLC As warm and golden as his music this authoritative biography of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart introduces the young reader to one of the greatest musical geniuses of all timeIllustrated by Warren ChappellLC catalog card number .

  • Hardcover
  • 171 pages
  • Mozart
  • Manuel Komroff
  • English
  • 15 January 2016

4 thoughts on “Mozart

  1. Andrew Canfield Andrew Canfield says:

    Mozart is a biography of one of the great musicians of all time telling the story of Mozart's thirty five years in an effectively brisk manner The book spans from Mozart's birth in 1756 in the town of Salzburg in present day Austria not far from the German border to his death while putting the finishing touches on his piece ironically one about death ReuiemAuthor Manuel Komroff walks his readers through this musical prodigy's rise to fame At the age of seven both Wolfgang and his eleven year old sister Nannerl were touring Europe with their father who happened to be employed as a musician in the court of Joseph II As impressive as this tour is to consider Mozart had allegedly begun to compose musical pieces of his own at the tender age of five Munich Vienna Frankfort Brussels Paris London; from one city to the next the young Mozart children trooped performing for royalty and enlivening special occasions with their musical prowess Reading about what must have been an overwhelming experience for someone even as advanced for his age as Mozart keeps the pages all but turning themselves in search of anecdotes Emperor Joseph II is painted as contemptuous of Wolfgang at times never fully appreciating the genius of the composer from his own land Because of this Mozart would eventually leave Austria for good composing and living in other areas in Europe where he could escape what he felt to be the constricting and narrow environment fostered by the Emperor Mozart hit the big time in Prague where his completion of the opera Figaro brought him the sort of popular appreciation he felt had been denied him in both Salzburg and France The author mentions how Mozart was grateful for the people of Prague for recognizing the greatness in his compositions which had been fully or partially overlooked in other European capitals Despite his immense talent during his lifetime Mozart was never able to strike up a royal patron to allow him to compose his music without the constant worry of encroaching destitution for his family Mozart passed away with little wealth to his name a situation made worse by the fact that he was to to be survived for nearly half a century by his wife Constanze As with many men of genius the full realization of his music's transcendence did not take place until years after his death Mozart was producing musical art until the very end of his productive life The Magic Flute Reuiem and the Clemency of Titus were completed during is last year of life and his final three symphonies 39 through 41 were created during his final years as well Komroff does justice to this brilliant man's life in this short biography While numerous additional details would have been interesting and no doubt are included in substantial biographies of Mozart this edition will satisfy readers wanting an introduction to Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgang Gottlieb Gottlieb in LatinAmadeus Mozart Andrew Canfield Denver Colorado

  2. Lenihani Lenihani says:

    I think that this book is a GREAT biography It actually make the exciting life of the Mozart family even exciting You can really tell that this guy was a huge history nerd That is a good thing however I would recommend this book to anyone who loves classical music I love it because I love Mozart He is one of my favourite composers of all time This tells of his short life from the days where he was performing as a kid to the day he died on 1251791 I love how the author wrote with such detail Towards the end you really feel like you were with Mozart at his death bed and you get emotional and feel so bad for Mozart Overall I loved this book and thought it was very informative I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn music because it strengthens your desire to do so

  3. Beth Beth says:

    35 Good introduction but not too in depth

  4. Greg Collver Greg Collver says:

    A nice introduction to the life of Mozart

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