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Horn Concerto KV495 3rd movement (Rondo)

Composer
Mozart
period
Classical
instrument
French Horn
type
Concerto

Price $37.00
 
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer Born: 27 January 1756 Birthplace: Salzburg, Austria Died: 5 December 1791 (fever) Best Known As: Composer of Eine kleine Nachtmusik Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is one of the heavyweights of classical music, generally placed in the top rank of composers along with Beethoven and Bach. Many consider Mozart to be the greatest composer of all time. He was a child prodigy who wrote his first symphony at age 8, then grew into a prolific adult who wrote over 600 pieces of music. Among his most famous works are Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music, 1787) and the operas Don Giovanni (1787) and Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute, 1791). Mozart died of a mysterious fever at age 35. Over the years various people have speculated that Mozart was murdered, perhaps by rival composer Antonio Salieri, but no proof exists to support that theory. In the year 2000 a scholarly panel suggested that Mozart died of rheumatic fever. Mozart married the former Constanze Weber in 1782. She was the younger sister of Aloysia Weber, who had refused Mozart's marriage proposal a few years earlier... Mozart was portrayed by actor Tom Hulce in the hit 1984 movie Amadeus.

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