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  • {{Image|WolfgangMozart.jpg|right|350px|Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart}} ...Wolfgang Gottlieb (in German), and one from his widow has Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (in German).</ref>) was an eminent [[composer]] born at [[Salzburg]]. His m
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  • #REDIRECT [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]]
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  • '''Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major K.622''' ...n concerts broadcast on television by Macedonian Television. These include Mozart’s Clarinet Concerto in A Major K.622 and Wagner’s “Adagio for Clarine
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  • ...Bach Works Catalogue). The catalogue, published in 1950, was compiled by [[Wolfgang Schmieder]]. The catalogue is organised thematically, rather than chronolog ...ncluding his [[Fugue]] from Violin Sonata No. 1. [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]] arranged some of the fugues from the Well-Tempered Clavier for string tri
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  • ...gel''' (''Mozart ball'') or, with its full name, an '''Original Salzburger Mozartkugel''' is a chocolate confect invented in 1890&mdash;and initially called ''Mozartbonbon''&mdash;by the confectioner Paul Fürst
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  • ...''Dies irae'' is the most frequently divided section of the text (as with Mozart, for instance). The ''Introit'' and ''Kyrie,'' being immediately adjacent * [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]'s [[Requiem (Mozart)|Requiem in D minor]], written shortly before his own death.
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  • ..., "That’s What They [feminine] All Do"), [[opera]] by [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]]. ...e about submariners trapped in a German U-boat (submarine). Directed by [[Wolfgang Petersen]].
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  • ...ing enabled him to make celebrated recordings of [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]'s Concerto and Quintet.
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  • ...ef>Kolneder, Walter, ''The Amadeus Book of the Violin'' (Portland, Oregon: Amadeus Press), 1998, p. 47.</ref> ...of his instruments included J. S. Bach, who owned six of them, and Leopold Mozart. Stainer’s violins, of which he could produce about 22 a year, used an am
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  • <tr><th>Samedi<th>6<td>[[Johann Wolfgang von Goëthe|Goëthe]]<td>[[Tommaso Campanella|Campanella]]<td>[[Henry IV]]< <tr><th>Dimanche<th>28<td>[[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]<td>[[David Hume|Hume]]<td>[[Oliver Cromwell|Cromwell]]<td>[[Franz Joseph
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  • ...vanni Giuseppe Cambini]], and [[Jean-Baptiste Davaux]]. [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]] composed at least one finished symphonie concertante, the three-movement
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  • ...fore [[Ludwig van Beethoven|Beethoven]] (such as [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]) and his advocacy of originality in music. Sarcasm was a regular feature
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  • ..., eventually, [[Gioacchino Rossini|Rossini]] and [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]. The vitality of Neapolitan popular music from the late 19th century has
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  • ==[[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]]== * [[Symphony No. 1 (Mozart)|Symphony No. 1]] in E flat major, K. 16
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  • ...rter than the staccato, but composers up to the time of [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]] used these symbols interchangeably. The [[tenuto]] mark, shown fifth abov
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  • *[[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]] (Austria), 41 symphonies
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  • ...tinued them, he would later take great solace in [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|Mozart]]'s [[violin sonata]]s. ...given, and an emphatic comment on the matter was made by his contemporary Wolfgang Pauli. The above 'God does not play dice' quotation was something stated qu
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  • ...ers instead preferred to highlight a soloist's efforts. [[Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart]] wrote at least twenty-one concertos for solo piano, most first performed ...," with solo parts for violin, cello, and piano; [[Felix Mendelssohn]] and Mozart both wrote concerti for two pianos.
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  • ...at by the mid 1770s.<ref>Stedman, p. 42; 45; Carse, p. 23.</ref> Haydn and Mozart are considered the most celebrated composers of the Classical symphony. ...eil, “Mozart’s earliest symphonies”, p. 11, 16-17, 20-21, essay with Mozart, ''Early Symphonies 1764 – 1771'', The Academy of Ancient Music, Editions
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