Actually, Mozart looked up to Beethoven. Beethoven was his role model. Mozart learned from him by listening.
He, Bach, and Beethoven all made classical music more popular. Mozart affected music in a tremenduously positive way. Without Mozart, Beethoven may have not even played the piano, because it was because of Mozart that Beethoven's father pushed him to be great.
In 1787 Beethoven first visited Vienna, at that time the center of the music world. There he performed for Mozart, whom he greatly impressed.
Classical music by Beethoven, Bach, Mozart, etc.
Beethoven and Mozart are like the sweetest music makers dawg..!!
Mozart and Beethoven were of the 'Classical' music era (although Beethoven actually bridged the Classical and Romantic periods), whilst Bach was purely of the Baroque era. Also, Mozart and Beethoven met each other, with Mozart actually giving Beethoven his first lesson in composition. Bach actually died six years before Mozart was even born.
Mozart and Beethoven were the greatest composers of their time. Both were renowned child prodigies, pianists, improvisers, and composers who contributed widely to orchestral, piano, and chamber music genres. Mozart was a more early classical composer and Beethoven later. Beethoven was essentially the bridge between the Classical and Romantic periods of music.
Mozart Beethoven and the other famous musicians you can think of.
Beethoven met Mozart in 1787.
Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven all have in common that they are from the classical period. Also, Haydn was Mozart's and Beethoven's teacher. They all could play the piano. They have all worked as a musician in Vienna. Haydn was born in 1732, Mozart 1756, and Beethoven was 1770. Haydn influenced both Mozart and Beethoven. Mozart became good friends with Haydn. Beethoven improved upon the classical music of Mozart and Haydn's time.
Beethoven and Mozart were two different people.
Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky
Mozart, Beethoven,and Bach?
that he was death and that he still had the compassion for music.
classical-Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, etc
it depends on the listeners taste of music. all i can say is they are both monsters of music!
The music of Mozart was a considerable inspiration to Beethoven, and influenced his early composing style.Josef Haydn taught Beethoven composition.
Mozart was born in 1756 and beethoven was 1770. so Mozart was born first
Well the most famous was Beethoven! yes beethoven but also mozart, bach, chopin
Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Vivaldi
1778 Beethoven traveld to Vienna to study with Mozart.
Back then the best kind of music they would listen to was classical piano music such as Mozart and Beethoven
Mozart composed in the classical period and Beethoven composed in the romantic period.
YES Beethoven and Mozart met witch means they were friends
They met when Beethoven first went to Vienna. But Mozart died not long after that.
Beethoven was a massive fan of the music of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and also Carl Phillip Emmanuel Bach. He was very much influenced as well by the music of Georg Friedrich Handel.