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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
The Magic Flute
Known for its prominent Masonic elements
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
The Marriage of Figaro
A sequel to "The Barber of Seville"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
Cosi Fan Tutte
Often translated, "Women are like that"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
Don Giovanni
Seventh most performed opera in North America
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
Idomeneo
Mozart's first mature "opera seria"
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
The Abduction from the Seraglio
The Emperor complained, "There are too many notes." Mozart replied, "There are just as many notes as there should be."
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed the opera   
La Clemenza Di Tito
Mozart's last opera
1756
   is birth year of   
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
January 1756
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   died in   
1791 aged 35 from Tuberculosis
composer Austrian
1756
      
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Was Born
January 27
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   was born on   
January 27, 1756
Composer
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   lifespan was   
1756-1791
Prolific and influential composer
Austrian €1
   has   
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
The famous Austrian composer, depicting Austria as a land of music.
'Odense Symphony in a Minor Key'
   was composed by   
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1765
'Lambach Symphony in G Major Key'
   was composed by   
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
1766
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 25 in C Major
No. 503 in the Köchel listing of Mozart's works
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 26 in D Major
Köchel listing 537; generally known as the Coronation Concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 20 in D Minor
1785; used in the film, Amadeus
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Piano Concerto No. 21 in C Major
Known as the Elvira Madigan concerto as it was used in the 1967 Swedish film by that name
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Flute Concerto in G
K. 313
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Concerto for Flute and Harp in C
K. 299
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Clarinet Concerto
K. 622
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Horn Concerto No. 1 in D Major
1791
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Horn Concerto No. 2 in E-flat Major
K. 417
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Horn Concerto No. 3 in E-flat Major
K. 447
Amadeus (1984)
   is a film about   
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart & Antonio Salieri
Portrayed by F. Murray Abraham
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Andante for Flute and Orchestra
K. 315, 1778
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Clarinet Quintet
K. 581, 1789
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
6 German Dances
K. 509
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
12 Variations in C on "Ah! Vous Dirai-je Maman"
K. 265
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Coronation Piano Concerto
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Cosi Fan Tutte
(1790) Though its story was not offensive to sophisticated Vienna at the time of its debut, moral standards changed over time. It came to be thought of as risque, and remained so throughout the 19th and early 20th century.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute)
(1791) The role of the Queen of the Night (with its famously acrobatic aria, "Der Holle Rache kocht meinem Herzen") was originated by Mozart's sister-in-law, Josepha Hofer.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Don Giovanni
(1787) The character of Don Giovanni is based on legendary womanizer Don Juan.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Haffner Serenade
In D; K. 250
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Haffner Symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Jeunehomme Concerto
Piano Concerto #9; K. 271
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Jupiter Symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Le Nozze Di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro)
(1786) This comic opera was banned at some European courts due to the scandalous behavior of its characters. Chiefly offensive to royal audiences was the depiction of an aristocrat (The Count) as morally corrupt. Also objectionable was the notion that Figaro, a mere servant, might be so much cleverer than his entitled master.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Motet in F for Soprano, " Exsultate Jubilate"
K. 165
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Posthorn Serenade
K. 320
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
The Prague Symphony
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Sinfonia Concertante in E Flat for Violin and Viola
K. 364
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   composed   
Symphony No. 31 "Paris"
In D; K. 297
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
   is buried in   
St Marxer Friedhof Cemetery, Vienna, Austria
Location in dispute






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