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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Biography: Age, Height, Birthday, Music compositions, Net Worth

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born in 1756, was a renowned composer who revolutionized music composition and popularized the piano concerto during the classical period. Born into a family of composers, he began composing music at the age of five and traveled extensively, gaining inspiration from other brilliant composers.

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Biography: Born on January 27, 1756, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is without a doubt one of the greatest composers of all time. During the classical era, he practically single-handedly revolutionized music composition and popularized the piano concerto. Mozart was a composer of masterworks in many musical genres, bringing his trademark audacious brilliance to every one of them. Because of his prolific writing, he left 800 pieces to his name when he passed away. Today, on his birthday, we will help you celebrate him.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Biography:

Early Life

Mozart was a true genius who had an exciting and turbulent life despite being very short. The prodigy got off to a terrific start as he was born into a family of composers and was given the Latin variation of his chosen name, Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart. Leopold Mozart, his father, was a musician for Count Leopold Anton von Firmian, the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg in power. Mozart, at the tender age of three, could strike thirds on the pianoforte, the organ keyboard, or his sister’s clavier.

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He started writing music at the age of five and was an expert clavier player. These works, labeled ‘K. 1–5,’ are preserved in “Nannerl Notenbuch” (in English: “Nannerl’s Music Book”). When they were younger, Mozart and his sister Nannerl traveled throughout Europe as youthful prodigies in music. Mozart played before monarchs at Bavaria in Munich and courts in Prague, then traveled to Vienna, London, Paris, Manheim, Dover, and Amsterdam. He met and became friends with other talented composers who he admired and took inspiration from during his travels. He wrote his first symphony when he was eight years old. Even with the horrific tour experiences, Mozart loved to travel. The main explanation for his trips was that Mozart’s father wanted to showcase his son’s talent as a composer. He was accepted without delay into the esteemed Italian music school program, the Accademia Filarmonica di Bologna.


Following his return from Italy, the king of Salzburg hired him to serve as the court musician on March 13, 1773. This gave him the chance to deal with a variety of musical genres, such as string quartets, symphonies, serenades, and violin concertos. By December of 1775, Mozart had become especially fond of the violins developed a set of five concertos for the instrument. He switched his attention back to piano concertos in 1776, creating the concerto known as “K. 271,” which is regarded as one of his best compositions ever. Despite these groundbreaking pieces, Mozart nevertheless harbored a strong desire to write opera music.

He tried in vain to find employment in Munich and Vienna as Salzburg did not provide him with the means or atmosphere to do that. After stepping down in 1777, Mozart looked for work in Mannheim, Augsburg, and Paris. He made friends with cherished members of the Mannheim orchestra family on his travels, but his efforts to find employment were in vain. To pay off his obligation, Mozart pawned off his belongings. His mother passed away on July 3, 1778, most likely from a lack of money. While residing in Paris with Friedrich Melchior, Baron von Grimm, he wrote a concerto, a symphony, and other sonatas.

After his father secured him a position as “Konzertmeister” in Salzburg, there was a period of discontent. There, he wrote “K. 318 in G Major,” “K. 338 in C Major,” and “K. 364,” a violin concertante, using his newfound understanding of the world. He subsequently relocated to Vienna, where he earned recognition as “the finest keyboard player.” After facing numerous obstacles in his quest to secure his father’s approval for the marriage, Mozart eventually wed Constanze. Afterwards, he rose to fame as a concert soloist and started living a lavish lifestyle with his spouse thanks to the money he made. For four years, Mozart experimented with creating operas. His final three symphonies, written in 1788, have a deeper, more mature tone than his previous compositions. During his last year, 1791, Mozart wrote a lot of music but on September 6 he became unwell. On December 5, 1791, he passed away.

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Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart

Date of Birth January 27, 1756
Death Age December 5, 1791 (age 35)
Zodiac sign Aquarius
Height 5′ 3″
Relationship Status
Net Worth $3 million
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Our Love For Mozart

He worked diligently.

Composing was Mozart’s passion. He put in a great deal of effort and produced work quickly, even when ill.

He led the greatest life possible.

When he could afford it, he didn’t hesitate to live in luxury, and he took advantage of every opportunity to travel. He was animated, restless, and ready to move on to bigger and better things.

He used music as a means of self-expression.

Mozart extended himself through his music. His sentimentality, highs and lows, victories and sorrows, and unhappiness are all palpable.

5 facts About Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

He owned animals.

These consist of a dog, a starling, a horse, and a canary.

He was the father of six children.

Only two, Johann Thomas Leopold and Karl Thomas Mozart, made it through infancy, though.

He contracted smallpox as a child

The illness continued to damage his complexion as an adult.

He enjoyed wearing elegant attire.

His photographs clearly show this, since he frequently chose pelisses laced with gold and red.

He drew and drafted things.

Sadly, they are not saved because his wife destroyed them after his passing.

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