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9 Responses to Music Has Been On The General Decline Ever Since Mozart Died - The Protons - Live 1981 (CDr)

  1. Turamar says:
    Feb 26,  · View full size Mozart's beloved mother died while the two were traveling together, and his father blamed him for her death. The emotional trauma of her death can be heard in his Piano Sonata No. 8.
  2. Zolobar says:
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  3. Tygojar says:
    The Requiem, left unfinished at Mozart’s death, was not intended as his own funeral music. It was a gig, a well paying composer-for-hire gig. It is also, sadly and ironically, the last music he ever wrote.) Tomorrow I’ll offer up some of the actual diagnoses that have been put forward to explain Mozart’s terribly premature death. Until then.
  4. Kazrajas says:
    Jan 14,  · In and beyond, Mozart may be decomposing (sorry) but he shows no sign of slowing down. His indomitable character has been woven into our popular culture, from a major Academy Award-winning motion picture to a Golden Globe-winning series. His music remains a core part of the repertoire of every major opera house, symphony orchestra, string.
  5. Tygoshura says:
    Mozart had written about works of music before he died and his music has been featured in more films. Mozart had composed 50 symphonies, 25 piano concertos, 12 violin concertos, 27 concertos ar ias, 26 string quartets, minuets, 15 masses, and 21 opera works.
  6. Mikamuro says:
    Sep 12,  · Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart died in autumn at age 35 in Vienna. The cause of death was recorded as severe miliary fever, a vague description. Since his death, there have been countless theories as to what constituted severe miliary fever. An autopsy was never performed on Mozart, although Dr. Eduard Guldener von Lobes, who examined his body, found no evidence of foul play.
  7. Gagor says:
    Mozart is perhaps the greatest composer in history. In a creative lifetime spanning only 30 years but featuring more than works, he redefined the symphony, composed some of the greatest operas ever written and lifted chamber music to new heights of artistic achievement.
  8. Daira says:
    This is an interesting question, because it highlights so much about Mozart. In terms of his role in music history, and the development of musical forms and structures, he was not that important. Mozart and Haydn both contributed to the developmen.
  9. Makasa says:
    Jun 28,  · The newest issue of the journal Intelligence has the largest review ever of research on the so-called Mozart Effect, the popular idea that listening to classical music can enhance the intelligence.

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