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 was 9.
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.
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.
deep woods african.
i am not sure but i think it's because his dad died or something...
Da Ponte, Mozart Librettist wrote Mozart's 3 best Operas - Figaro, Giovanni and Così Fan Tutte.
He wrote more than one, but the most famous is probably the "Marriage of Fiagaro"
7 i believe it was when he was 12 or 14. - vy