How many violin conce rtos did Mozart write?
Mozart wrote 5 concertos for violin and orchestra. He also wrote two rondos and an adagio for the same forces.
5 violin concertos
Yes, Mozart did play the violin and composed many pieces of music on that instrument.
Mozart wrote 5 violin concertos.
Mozart composed 5 violin concertos, as well as some solo pieces for violin and orchestra. Besides there are 2 concertos that are of doubtful authenticity.
He wrote 25 piano concertos. And most of those were pieces which were just for him to perform. Mozart also wrote 12 violin concertos. So he was a busy man.
Mozart made 626 compositions
Mozart wrote only classical music
He played the violin, viola and clavier, so he played three instruments.
Mozart played the piano and violin very well. He could also play the viola, harp, and flute, and composed music for many of these instruments.
Mozart wrote 18 sonatas for solo piano.
Mozart composed 27 known piano concertos
the instruments he played were the piano the violin the organ and etc. he was very talented at his age
Mozart performed a great many of his works himself.
Mozart played many instruments including the piano, the violin, the viola, the organ, the harpsichord, the fiddle, and possibly several others including the clarinet and the trumpet.
He composed 41 symphonies.
He wrote about 600 songs.
Well over 600.
It is usually accepted that he wrote 41
A little over 600.
It was known that Franz Schubert have written many Violin concertos, but the exact count remains unknown, due to the fact that many of his Violin concertos were lost.
Nobody knows exactly how many minutes Mozart wrote. This is because he was writing his entire life and some of his works were lost.
Mozart had many jobs in his time but his main job was as a musician. He was a composer and played piano, violin and the flute. By George Pauls
many instruments like violin and viola and piano. he is most famous for writing and conducting music at such young ages
over 600 total compositions
Beethoven wwrote just one violin concerto: the Violin Concerto in D major, Op. 61, written in 1806.
Only one concerto. K. 622.
He wrote in the universal language ... music.
by 22 mozart had 37 symphonies, it's a quote from remember me i'm only assuming it's correct
Mozart wrote 600 canatas 60 when he was ten so he was very famous back when he was a boy but never as famous as he is now.
W.A. Mozart wrote 27 concertos for Piano and Orchestra.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote over 1000 pieces, big and small, but some were lost, so only about 600 are documented and categorized.
3 complete concertos, and two movements of another.
Mozart played many instruments, all of which are popular. Some of these instruments are the piano, violin, cello, organ, double bass, and many other wind and string instruments. Mozart was great a virtuoso at the piano and violin (he wrote nearly all his concerti for these instruments for himself), but was also a very good viola player. He wrote the solo viola part in his Sinfonia Concertante in E-flat for himself to play. At the… Read More
He wrote 18 sonatas for piano. There is also a traditional "19th" sonata which consist of two separate works usually performed as a complete sonata. He wrote 17 church sonatas. He wrote 36 violin sonatas. He also wrote 3 other chamber sonatas, one for bassoon and cello, and two for violin and bass. If my math is correct, he wrote 75 sonatas.
Wolfgang Amedaus Motzart played many instruments, beginning at a very early age. He composed lots of music. The instruments he was most famous for playing was the violin and piano.
22. See this site for more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Operas_by_Wolfgang_Amadeus_Mozart
600 compositions 41 symphonies, 25 concertos, 20 operas....
Mozart had one child.
Mozart has one sister
Mozart composed for nearly every combination of instruments of that time. Examples are works for: piano and orchestra; orchestra; voice and orchestra; piano; string quartet (2 violins, a viola and a cello), string quintet (2 violins, 2 violas and a cello), piano and violin, clarinet and orchestra, flute and orchestra, and many, many others.
Mozart did not write the tune, but he did write a piano composition based on the tune called Twelve Variations on "Ah vous dirai-je, Maman". No one knows who wrote the original piece of music and it is listed only as traditional. The English lyrics are written about 30 years after Mozart's variations by Jane Taylor. There are many different lyrics tied to this song, most of them written after Mozart made it popular.
He was the most prolific composer of all times, but I am not sure how MANY tunes he composed
He wrote 25 in a major key and only 2 in a minor key.
Mozart had one sister
Mozart married four women
Only considering attested works, the number is 44 with the following distribution: piano (27), violin (5), horn (4), flute (1), bassoon (1), harp and flute (1), oboe (1), clarinet (1) for a total of 41 to which we can add 3 more: 1 sinfonian concertante for violin and viola 1 sinfonia concertante for oboe, clarinet, horn and bassoon 1 flute concerto (arrangement of bassoon concerto)
Yes, many Here a few titles: 1994 Mozart 1991 Following Mozart 1987 Mozart 1985 Forget Mozart 1984 Amadeus 1984 The Three of Us 1975 Mozart in Love 1967 The Life of Mozart 1954 Unsterblicher Mozart
I don't know about lyrics, but many, many of his works were operas and he wrote both the instrument music and the words that were sung along with it. Second answer: Mozart did not write the libretti to his operas. For example, The Magic Flute has a libretto by Emanuel Schickaneder, and Cosi Fan Tutte, The Marriage of Figaro and Don Giovanni all have libretti by Lorenzo da Ponte. Some composers have written their own… Read More
Mozart composed 41-49
Mozart was a composer of music not a painter.