Knowledge Identifier: +Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart
Zell im Wiesental - On January 5, 1762, Weber's daughter Constanze Mozart , was born in Zell, who later married Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Venanzio Rauzzini - He next sang at the court at Vienna in 1767 where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart "reacted with delight when he heard Rauzzini singing and offered him the role of "primo uomo" in his "Lucio Silla" , in Milan, before composing the motet "Exsultate Jubilate" especially for him
Apollo et Hyacinthus - "'Apollo et Hyacinthus"' is an opera, K. 38, written in 1767 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who was 11 years old at the time
Symphony, K. 45b (Mozart) - The "'Symphony in B-flat major "No. 55"', K. Anh. 214/45b, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in early 1768 in Salzburg
Symphony, K. 95 (Mozart) - The "'Symphony in D major "No. 45"', K. 95/73n, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1770 in Rome
Symphony, K. 96 (Mozart) - The "'Symphony in C major "No. 46"', K. 96/111b, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1771 in Milan
Symphony, K. 75 (Mozart) - The "'Symphony in F major "No. 42"', K. 75, was probably written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from March to August 1771 in Salzburg
Symphony, K. 141a (Mozart) - The "'Symphony in D major "No. 50"', K. 141a, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1772
Thamos, King of Egypt - "'Thamos, King of Egypt"' is a play by Tobias Philipp, baron von Gebler, for which, between 1773 and 1780, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote incidental music, K. 345/336a, of an operatic character
Mozart - Symphony No. 25 in G Minor K183 - Mov. 1/4. Composed in 1773.www.youtube.com
In 1776 he turned his efforts to piano concertos, culminating in the E-flat concerto K. 271 of early 1777, considered by critics to be a breakthrough work.
Piano Concerto No. 6 (Mozart) - The "'Piano Concerto No. 6"' in B-flat major, K. 238, was composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in January 1776
Circa 1777; Portrait of Mozart wearing the Order of the Golden Spur, received in 1770 from Pope Clement XIV in Rome.
Francesco Ceccarelli - At the premiere on December 21, 1777 of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's "Missa Brevis", K. 272b, Ceccarelli was among the soloists singled out for praise for his performance
Muzio Clementi - It was on one of these occasions in 1781 that he engaged in a piano competition with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Antonio Salieri - The biographer Alexander Wheelock Thayer believes that Mozart's rivalry with Salieri could have originated with an incident in 1781 when Mozart applied to be the music teacher of Princess Elisabeth of Württemberg, and Salieri was selected instead because of his reputation as a singing teacher
In 1783, Mozart and his wife visited his family in Salzburg.
Piano Sonata No. 11: Rondo Alla Turca by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Piano Concerto No. 21 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Marriage Of Figaro Overture by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik: Allegro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Eine kleine nachtmusic, Part 1. Composed in 1787.www.youtube.com
By mid-1788, Mozart and his family had moved from central Vienna to the suburb of Alsergrund.
Acis and Galatea (Handel) - Notably in 1788, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart rescored the work for his then-patron Baron Gottfried van Swieten
Acis and Galatea (Handel) - The opera has been adapted numerous times since its premiere, with a notable arrangement being made by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1788
Piano Sonata No. 16 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Franz Xaver Sussmayr - In 1791 he assisted Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as a copyist with "La clemenza di Tito" and "Die Zauberflöte" and is presumed to have written the secco recitatives in the first
Magic Flute Overture by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Elizabeth Billington - Winter wrote his 'Calypso' expressly for her, and in 1806 she distinguished herself by producing, for her benefit, "La Clemenza di Tito," the first opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed in this country
Stendhal - His other works include short stories, journalism, travel books (among them Rome , Naples et Florence and Promenades dans Rome ), a famous collection of essays on Italian painting, and biographies of several prominent figures of his time, including Napoleon, Haydn, Mozart, Rossini and Metastasio.
Chevalier de Saint-George - One of these might have served as inspiration for "Les Caquets" a genre piece for violin accompanied by piano, composed in 1936 by the violinist Henri Casadesus, who forged a good but spurious Handel viola concerto and the attractive but equally spurious 'Adelaide' concerto "by the 10 year old Mozart," which Casadesus himself later admitted having composed
Wenzel Trnka - Trnka emerged into public view in 1988 when it was revealed by Wolfgang Plath that he was the composer of two minor works previously attributed to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Philips Classics Records - A notable product released under the label is the 180-CD "The Complete Mozart Edition", featuring all works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart known at the set's publication in 1991 for the bicentenary of the composer's death
Michael Haydn - Later, in 1991, Sherman joined forces with T. Donley Thomas to publish a chronological catalog of Michael's complete works using a single continuous range of numbers after Köchel's pioneering catalog of all of Mozart's works and Otto Erich Deutsch's similar comprehensive compendium for all of Schubert's works
Piano - It was for such instruments that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed his concertos and sonatas, and replicas of them are built in the 2000s for use in authentic-instrument performance of his music
In 2009, British, Viennese and Dutch researchers performed epidemiological research combined with a study of other deaths in Vienna at the time of Mozart's