Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Classical Style

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According to Deutsch et al. (2009), Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in 1756 and baptized a day after his birth at St.Ruperts Cathedral in Salzburg. His parents were Leopold and Anna Maria. Mozart 's father was one of the Europe leading music composers, however, he gave up after Mozart talent on music become evident. Mozart was employed by the ruler Salzburg as the court musician, however, he grew more dissatisfied with Salzburg and made more effort to get a job elsewhere. This was attributed to the fact he was paid low salary and also Mozart loved and also he was interested in composing opera but Salzburg provided him little opportunity for opera productions. After the termination of his job he began another journey hunting tour and this…show more content…
The classical style had compositional features such simplicity, clarity, transparency and balanced instruments sound though the lyrical sound of his music stated clearly the exceptional and power of his well-composed masterpieces. Additionally, those exceptional musical features were evident in his piano concertos especially piano concertos number 23 which was well received by people in Vienna. His composition structures and procedures recognized immoral activities such as violence and sensuality which were the center of Mozart 's songs and rebuked those immoral vices in the society. In all of Mozart expression of torture and terror problems, there were something shockingly revealed in the message featured in his songs. In addition, during his last years, Mozart expressed chromatic harmony to some extent which was rare at that time In his earliest age, Mozart had a talent for imitating the music he listened since he traveled to several places, therefore, acquiring knowledge and experience from which he would create his different compositional musical language making his songs unique and highly listened by people from different

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