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Wolfgang Amadeus  Mozart   

(1756 - 1791)


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart short biography

Universally considered one of the greatest and most popular composers of all times, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart displayed his enormous talents very early as a keyboard and violin virtuoso. Mozart wrote his first composition at age 3. Mozart's teacher was his father, Leopold, a noted musician and composer who also taught Wolfgang’s elder sister Maria Anna, also a child prodigy. The family’s patron, the Archbishop of Salzburg,   contributed to Mozart’s relative independence in Vienna. Mozart's success with German and Italian operas as well as in frequent concert performances did not solve his persistent financial difficulties.  In December, 1791, Mozart became gravely ill and died a month later. Mozart was buried in a common, unmarked grave.




Sheet music download - Mozart - Piano - Transcriptions

 Adagio from Wind Serenade K.375 for the left hand  
 Andantino from Mozart’s Piano Concerto K. 271 (Arr. by F. Busoni)  
 Duo from ’Le Nozze di Figaro’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  
 Fantasy on the Themes from ’Le Nozze di Figaro’ (F. Liszt-F. Busoni)  
 Il mio tesoro, Air de ’Don Juan’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  
 La ci darem la mano from ’Don Giovanni’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  
 Lacrimosa from Requiem (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  
 Lacrymosa from the Requiem (Arr. F. Liszt)  
 La dove prende de l’opera ’Majic Flute’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  
 Minuet from Divertimento, K. 334  
 Minuet from Symphony in E flat Major  
 Mon coeur soupire, air du ’Marriage de Figaro’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg  
 Reminiscences de Don Juan (Arr. by Liszt)  
 Reminiscences of Don Juan (F. Liszt-F. Busoni)  
 Serenade from ’Don Juan’ (Arr. by W. Backhaus)  
 Trio from opera ’Don Giovanni’ (Arr. by S. Thalberg)  

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