Essays on Mozart

The Child who Changed Music
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A Prodigy’s Childhood Born on January 27, 1756, in Salzburg, Austria, Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart began his music changing life. This brilliant composer would, later on, write over 600 symphonies, operas, concertos, and sonatas throughout his thirty-five year lifetime.At age seven, Mozart’s sister Nannerl started getting clavier lessons from their dad, Leopold. Wolfgang, who was only three, would sit on the floor listening to her practice. But he wasn’t satisfied. After Nannerl’s lesson, Mozart would go up to the…...
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The Mozart Effect and Mathematics
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In 1993 an article was published in “Nature” reporting results of an experiment where students listened to Mozart’s sonata for two pianos in D major, K448, before performing on one of three measures from an IQ test (Rauscher, Shaw, & Ky, 1993). The scores were then subject to a manipulation “we ‘translated’ them to spatial IQ scores of 119, 111, and 110, respectively. Thus, the IQs of subjects participating in the music condition were 8-9 points above their IQ scores…...
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and His Operas 
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During the classical period which is from 1730 to 1820, W. A. Mozart was the most famous composer among other talented and great composers. He wrote a lot of pieces for the different types of music. This essay addresses his two operas “The marriage of Figaro” and “Don Giovanni”. In 1786, he finished “The Marriage of Figaro” and the show was performed, and the composing of “Don Giovanni” was finished and performed in 1787. During this time, Mozart wrote those…...
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Age of Enlightenment and Romantic
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During the Age of Enlightenment the major style was Rococo and artist expression centered on the theme "the pursuit of pleasure. " This is most evident in The Swing, painted by Jean-Honore Fragonard in 1769. Sculpture in the Age of Enlightenment wasn't much different than the paintings. Just as in the paintings it centered on pleasure. This is clearly seen in the sculpture The Intoxication of Wine, by Clodion in 1775, the intimate playfulness of the individuals as they frolic…...
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To see through the veil society has put around Mozart Susan McClary
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To see through the veil society has put around Mozart, Susan McClary breaks down Mozart's music through political and social boundaries. Its these boundaries that McCleary says dictate how Mozart composed his music. Her inquiry into Mozart sparked from an intellectual debate in which her colleague's opinion of a soloist's interpretation of a movement from a Mozart concerto which led to a discussion on the significance of the eighteenth century. McClary's thought is that many people who are intellectually cultivated…...
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Amadeus Biopic
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Told from the flash back perspective of an aged Antonio Salieri in an insane asylum to a priest for a confession, the movie reveals Antonio's introduction to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, his professional career with Mozart, and his bitter rivalry and betrayal of Mozart. The film depicts an inaccurate account of Mozart’s life but still delivers on the pieces which he composed. Throughout the film, we’re exposed to what are clearly historical inaccuracies. I understand that this film is an adaptation…...
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Breathless Reaction Paper
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According to the many articles and film history that I read, this is the first feature film directed by Jean- Luc Godard who was considered the influencial director that started the French New Wave. And based on our lectures, what makes the French New Wave famous was the technique like jumpcuts, shooting on location, using handheld cameras, loose narrative form or improvised dialogue. Godard also uses the history of cinema art and music. He also includes pictures in posters of…...
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Classical Music in Pop Culture
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There may just be a glimpse of good news for the music front. Recently I’ve heard numerous television commercials using pieces of classical music to display the message. Two of them, it must be stated, were for the same product, one of those so called daily vitamins. One had a piece of Wagner - the theme from Die Walkure – and the other accented a melody from Mozart’s Die Zauberflote. Actual operas, please note. And then another commercial for a…...
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The Creative Genius in the Analysis of Amadeus
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Amadeus is a creativity not just to praise the great Mozart but it also highlights cruelly of his rival Salieri; who was in himself a great music lover, with the knowledge of his failure in his talent. There is dependably a film that is the primary adore; it truly gives us that feeling that film is more than pictures on a screen, that there can be more profound implications, and that has been, for a long time now, a similar…...
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The Marriage of Figaro by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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The Age of Enlightenment was a period in European history when philosophies and trends were changing considerable. The Enlightenment was a time when reason and equality became accepted principles. Aristocracy and the over-indulgence of the very wealthy as compared to the peasantry was a concept that was being transformed into a philosophy that heralded the concepts of independence and equality. The period itself is known for the revolutions it spawned in the political realm, such as the French Revolution and…...
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Beethoven Research Paper
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While many men and women throughout history have made significant, valuable and lasting contributions to society, Ludwig Van Beethoven is an especially remarkable figure worthy of special note because he embraced and devoted his whole life to music. Born to a drunkard father and an unhappy mother, the young Beethoven was exposed to a brutal training in music at the hands of his father, who hoped that the young boy would prove to be another prodigy like Mozart. Ludwig Van…...
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For Elise by Beethoven
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While Ludwig van Beethoven’s more popular works are his symphonies, one of his works remains popular with piano students- Fur Elise. The piece was created around 1810, by the time Beethoven had gone deaf (Forelise. com, 2007). Like its composer, Fur Elise is a subject of much speculation. Fur Elise translates to For Elise and since Beethoven did not marry, several theories have cropped up as to who Elise is. According to some scholars, the title was supposed to have…...
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Music Affects Mood
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Music is any form of sound in a synchronized pattern that affects the brainwaves. Together with many instruments, an emotional harmony is created that can single-handedly manipulate human emotion. When music manipulates emotion to an extreme degree, the practice can become an addiction. There are many causes for being a music addict. It provides an artificial sanctuary, bringing out the emotion that a person is feeling. Music is limitless; there is no end to its boundaries. Music affects how you…...
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Musical Analysis
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The first piece I chose was Frederic Chopin’s Prelude in E-Minor (op. 28 no. 4). It was performed by Aldona Dvarionaite (2009). Chopin was a composer in the Romantic period. This is a sad piano piece. Chopin wrote primarily for the piano. The piece range was almost monotone in nature. The sound was in scale rising and lowering using the same melody throughout the piece. The tones were kept uniform repeating over and over again. I found this piece of…...
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Amadeus Movie Review
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The title of the movie should actually be "Salieri", because the whole movie is really about his jealousy of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and how Salieri was overshadowed musically by Mozart. In the beginning, Salieri makes a "deal" with God so He will make Salieri a musical genius, and Salieri believes he has been granted this gift until the day Mozart comes to Vienna. Salieri immediately becomes jealous that God has bestowed upon Mozart the power he himself worked so desperately…...
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The Shawshank Redemption Film Review
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The Shawshank Redemption filmed in 1994, directed by Frank Darabont bases a story around the life of prisoners in the Shawshank Prison. The captivating film revolves around the strong friendship that is built between two prisoners, Andy Dufresne (Tim Robbins) a smart banker, and Red (Morgan Freeman) a long-term inmate, who becomes Andy’s closest accomplice. The storyline is narrated by Red who reflects on Andy’s adjustment and life at Shawshank. Darabont skillfully explores different themes in the film that deal…...
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A Comparison of Haydn and Beethoven
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Franz Josef Haydn and Ludwig van Beethoven are two of the greatest classical composers in the history of music, rivaled only by the masterful Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Beethoven, who was much younger than Haydn, moved to Vienna when he was young to study under Haydn. However, due to Haydn’s increasing age, and Beethoven’s increasing temper, the lessons only lasted for a little over a year. The lessons, if only for a short period, clearly left a mark on Beethoven, as…...
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Comparison of Beethoven’s and Mozart’s Classical Music Pieces
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Symphony No5 vs Eine kleine Nachtmusik Two names that were prevalent during the Classical era of music were Ludwig van Beethoven and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. These two composers have written many pieces of music, but two that stand out are Beethoven’s “Symphony No. 5” and Mozart’s “Eine kleine Nachtmusik”. Both of these pieces were composed within twenty years of each other, and parallels between the two pieces of work can be noticed. Even though the two pieces are similar in…...
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Romanticism in Art, Music and Literature
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The romantic period in music extended from about 1820 to 1900. Among the most significant musicians were Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Clara Wieck Schumann, Frederic Chopin, Franz Liszt, Felix Mendelssohn, Hector Berlioz, Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Antonin Dvorak, Johannes Brahms, Giuseppe Verdi, Giacomo Puccini, Richard Wagner and Gustav Mahler. The length of this list – and some important composers have been omitted from it – testifies to the richness and variety of romantic music and to its continuing impact on today’s…...
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The Letters of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a composer greatly known worldwide for his impeccable musical abilities in the movie Amadeus. His strong character is what made Peter Shaffer and Milos Forman, who were the movie’s screen writer and director to craft a portrait of the protagonist. This movie was indeed a great movie right from the compositions, performances as well as the drama involved. It is for this reason that this movie was able to scoop eight Oscars in 1985. The movie…...
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The Child who Changed Music
...A well known composer for these early symphonies is Giovanni Battista Sammartini. One of his compositions is the Symphony in F Major. This is a wonderful symphony, but the listener can clearly hear the difference in difficulty and drama when listenin...

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