The Marriage of Figaro
I think the opera was Don Giovanni.
Little short Mozart, just on five foot tall, composed what is probably the tallest opera ever written, in 1787, the same year as Salieri's Axur, Cimarosa's I tre amanti and Kozeluh's Mose in Egitto. A composer called Gazzaniga also wrote a Don Giovanni the same year, earlier in fact, and most likely showed Mozart how not to write the opera.
No. That opera was written by Mozart.
He wrote many operas that made him famous. His most famous were The Magic Flute, Don Giovanni, The Marriage of Figaro, and his Requiem Mass.
He was 9.
deep woods african.
i am not sure but i think it's because his dad died or something...
The first work designated an opera in Köchel's catalogue of Mozart's works is Die Schuldigkeit des ersten Gebotes, K.35 from 1767, when Mozart was 11 years old.
He wrote more than one, but the most famous is probably the "Marriage of Fiagaro"
german he insited that it be german it was also about a turkish brothle
7 i believe it was when he was 12 or 14. - vy
Da Ponte, Mozart Librettist wrote Mozart's 3 best Operas - Figaro, Giovanni and Così Fan Tutte.
the magic flute He was working on his Requiem Mass when he died. (He completed his opera The Magic Flute several months before his final illness).
In Vienna during the last ten years of his life Mozart was at last able to turn his fuller attention to the composition of opera. After he had won success in 1786 with Le nozze di Figaro on which he had collaborated with the Italian librettist Lorenzo Da Ponte, he and Da Ponte were commissioned to provide a new opera for the following winter season in Prague - this turned out as Don Giovanni. "Don Giovanni" was presented for the first time in Prague, because Mozart, satisfied with the manner in which Bondini's troupe had sung his "Marriage of Figaro" a little more than a year before, he agreed to write another work for the same house. In Prague Mozart had allowed ten days for rehearsals of the opera. This proved far too short and the work was finally staged in the Nostic theatre Prague 29th October 1787 - too late for the celebration of the marriage of Archduchess Maria Theresa and Prince Clemens of Saxony for which the commission had been intended.
Opera began in Italian, and to compose in Italian was still the accepted tradition in the baroque era when Mozart was composing. This tradition held all the way through the classical period and onwards. While a few operas were composed in other languages by Mozart and others, Italian was the primary choice.
Die Zauberflote [The Magic Flute] First performed Vienna 30th Sept 1791
Operas by Mozart include Figaro, Don Giovanni, and The Magic Flute. Mozart wrote more than twenty operas, including those listed above. Below is a link to a more complete list of his operas.
Mozart never wrote "musicals". What he did write was operas, some famous examples are: Le Nozze di Figaro, Don Giovanni, Cosi fan Tutte and Die Zauberflöte.
the 1984 movie Amadeus is based on the true life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the famous composer. Yes it was based on his life, but only part of it. The movie is actually not historically accurate. Yes, there was a Salieri but he did not know Mozart that well nor did he ever write The Requiem Mass Opera for him while Mozart was on his deathbed. There was no sinister plan of his to have Mozart write an Opera and suddenly die, then steal his work and perform it at his funeral. Works of fiction. But other than that, yes Mozart pretty much was the "shiznit"!
See this timeline: http://www.its.caltech.edu/~tan/Mozartreq/main.html Most people seem to agree that Mozart wrote his first (serious) opera at age twelve.
Mozart composed classical music.
Mozart made 626 compositions
Mozart started to write music at the age of 6
Mozart made 626 compositions