He liked hearing Mozart
They don't neccesarily lose their hearing at all....
yesMozart can help babies get smarter.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart did not have any documented hearing loss. The most notable composer to have gone deaf was Ludwig van Beethoven. Source: Ask.com
You can lose your hearing because you listened to music too loud or you're growing old.
It is possible for a timpanists to lose their hearing over a period of time. Exposure to loud music over a long period of time can damage hearing and result in hearing loss.
she never lost her hearing it would be on magzines it she did
Mozart is said to have transciribed from memory the Miserere of Gregorio Allegri after he heard it at the Sistine Chapel.
Mozart was born into a very musical family. Offspring usually learn from watching and hearing their parent(s) play. Mozart was no exception - he learned from this father, Leopold, who was a very proficient teacher himself. Mozart and his father had a very strong bonding relationship.
Ludwig van Beethoven began to lose his hearing quite early in life.
beethoven lost hearing at 28 becase his dad thrashed him (thrashed means punish)
can a major trauma cause someone to lose their hearing?
When you lose hearing with age there is little that can be done. There do not make hearing aids for dogs.
conductive hearing loss results from a problem with the inner and outer ear
i am looking for the word to describe a doctor that treats hearing lose.
People who who have a habit of listening to loud music can lose there hearing. Infact, many muscians become hearing impaired after years of loud music. In general the exposure to any type of loud music can damage one's hearing.
It makes you lose your hearing.
If they lose hearing, they rely on sight. If they lose sight, they rely on hearing. If they lose both, you need to be their eyes and ears. Old cats still love catnip and special treats--unless they lose their sense of smell, too.
No, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart had both eyes intact. He didn't lose an eye, so he didn't need a wooden one.
Beethoven's hearing started to lose by his early twenties. By the age of 30, he was completely deaf. Despite of this fact, most of his masterpieces were written after this period.
Neither. Beethoven began to lose his hearing in his late twenties.
Yes and it is causing people to lose their hearing.
Either buy a hearing aid, or an mp3 player, or both that is wrong darling ^
by corrosponding to the tv all the time. thats what my science Partners say as i study hearing i am VERY correct :)
Yes, scarlet fever can cause the loss of hearing or eye sight.