Mozart Musical Masterpieces

 

A musical mastermind”

Nothing short of genius”

These were some of the terms attributed to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozarwho was  ho
unquestionably,” the most gifted Austrian composer and pianist of all time.”

Enormously prolific, music wasn’t just his passion, it was his life.

Otherwise, how was it possible for him to compose over 600 chamber and concert pieces in just thirty-five years?

(Jan 27, 1756 – Dec 5, 1791.)

Mozart’s most memorable Musical Masterpieces –

Music you must hear before you die

Truth be told, practically all of Mozart’s works can be called masterpieces.’

However, the following is just a sampling of some of his greatest works – music you must hear music before you die

Once you hear them I’m sure you will agree.

  • The Marriage Of Figaro                                       
  • Concerto For Flute and Harp                                  
  • The Magic Flute                                                          
  • House Of Flying Fingers
  • Solemn Vespers
  • Clarinet Concerto
  • Sinfonia Concertante 
  • Don Giovanni

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

Mozart And Hayden

Perhaps no greater friend and mentor had Mozart than  Franz Joseph Hayden (1732 -1809),

another musical mastermind of his day. Together, they became trailblazers in

symphony and string quartet compositions.

 

What was Mozart’s favorite instrument?

In addition to the piano, this extremely talented Austrian composer played other instruments, including the viola.

Still, to Mozart, the organ was “the king of instruments.”.

The Mozart Effect

Does listening to Mozart make you smarter?

Can exposure to classical music improve one’s overall health and well-being?
These theories were tested through experiments published in Nature – a premier journal for scientific research.
Additionally, Don Campbell, author of The Mozart Effect, highlighted some of the research and findings.
So overwhelming was the evidence that schools in Georgia have adopted to put a classical music CD in every child’s hand.

 

Mozart Music For  Relaxation & Stress Relief, Study & Sleep

Studies have shown that the best music for relaxation and stress relief is instrumental music.

Mozart’s CD, Classical Relax Music, is just what the doctor ordered.

Over ninety-minutes of delightful piano music accompanied by a symphony orchestra and the soothing sounds of nature in the background, this is pure bliss.

 

Mozart Music For Toddlers, Infants 

Is your child inattentive or lacking concentration?

Mozart’s piano Music for Kids is worth its weight in gold.

The two hours of quiet relaxing music is ideal for school settings, study, home, or any learning environment.

 

Mozart’s Death & Legacy

Mozart died even as he lived, composing music.

In fact, Mozart’s Requiem, which he began on his deathbed, was played at Haydn’s funeral in 1809.

Although the cause of his death remains a mystery, he is remembered as one of the greatest musicians ever.

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Any questions, comments, or suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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Sources : Classic fm,  Redlands Symphony, Wikipedia.

Photos: Courtesy Pixabay

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2 thoughts on “Mozart Musical Masterpieces

  1. Hi
    Mozart is one of my favourite musicians. I always love listening to his master piece music and reading about him. Looking at the list of his work you have listed here, my very favourite is missing. I mean the “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”. Why is it not listed? I’m just curious to know.

    1. Hello Juliet,

      Thank you for your comments. Any listing of Mozart’s masterpieces should certainly include “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” (a little serenade), sometimes referred to as Serenade No.13 in G major. Thanks for bringing this to my attention.

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