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What relationship did Mozart and Beethoven have?

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Answered 2010-11-02 21:46:05

Beethoven had great respect for Mozart, who was (very briefly) his teacher.

Beethoven had just one lesson in composition with Mozart before he had to return to his ailing mother. After that, he was tutored by Haydn, with whom he did not have the same rapport as Mozart.

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