Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Composer
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(1756-1791).  Mozart is the most celebrated child prodigy in music history.  His dazzling performances on violin and keyboard charmed European monarchs from Vienna to London.  Later, many of his sonatas, quartets, symphonies, and operas met with considerable success.  But by the time of his early death at age 35, his reputation had already faded.  His greatest fame came in the two centuries after his death, as composer after composer acclaimed his music to be of supreme genius. Any list of M...
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Mozart: Quartet for Strings no 19 in C major, K 465 "Dissonance" N/A
I - Adagio - Allegro (8:30) N/A
II - Andante cantabile (8:03) N/A
III - Menuetto: Allegretto (4:51) N/A
IV - Allegro molto (7:26) N/A
Mozart: Symphony no 33 in B flat major, K 319 N/A
Introduction to Symphony No. 33 (2:58) N/A
I - Allegro assai (6:37) N/A
II - Andante moderato (4:00) N/A
III - Menuetto (2:42) N/A
IV - Finale: Allegro assai (5:56) N/A
Symphony No. 33 Back Announce (0:24) N/A
Mozart: Quartet for Strings no 19 in C major, K 465 "Dissonance" N/A
Adagio - Allegro (11:34) N/A
Andante cantabile (8:28) N/A
Menuetto: Allegretto (4:47) N/A
Allegro molto (8:40) N/A
Mozart: Symphony no 36 in C major, K 425 "Linz" N/A
Introduction to Mozart's Symphony No. 36 (1:03) N/A
Adagio - Allegro spiritoso (10:00) N/A
Poco adagio (6:08) N/A
Menuetto (3:23) N/A
Finale: Presto (7:38) N/A
Program closing (1:20) N/A
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