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Why did aloysia Weber say no to Mozart?


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Answered 2011-09-13 22:42:39

yes! she said no so Mozart went to Paris with his mother and when he returned Aloysia was remarried

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No but she did have 3 sisters and one married Mozart. Aloysia almost married Mozart.


Mozart fell in love with Aloysia Weber.


- Mozart met Constance when Mozart decided to propose to her sister . which name was Aloysia Weber . she said no so he decided to marry her stupid sister


Mozart married Constanze Weber, on August 4, 1782. He had first been interested in her sister, Aloysia Weber, who rejected him.


Aloysia Weber died in 1839.


Aloysia Weber was born in 1760.


Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782, the younger sister of his first love, Aloysia, who had turned him down.


Mozart married Constanze Weber, the younger sister of his first love, Aloysia, who had turned him down.


One. Mozart married Constanze Weber, the younger sister of his first love, Aloysia, who had turned him down.


yes, Mozart married Constanze Weber in 1782, the younger sister of his first love, Aloysia, who had turned him down.


Constanze Weber's sister, whom wolfgang had a love intrest in beforehand, he asked Aloysia to marry him and she refused. After traveling to paris, Wolfgang insulted Aloysia with a rude tune, this seemed to be funny to Constanze and so, Mozart took her hand in marrage =]


Mozart married Constance Weber


He was married to Constanze Mozart (born Constanze Weber)


Mozart married a woman named Constanze Weber.


his wife was Constanze Weber


he didnt marry but stated so..On his 1762 visit to Schonbrunn, the Austrian royal palace, Mozart, playing with the young princesses, slipped on a polished floor. Bursting into tears, he was picked up and comforted by a seven-year-old Marie Antoinette. Mozart then kissed the future queen of France: "You are nice," he declared. "I will marry you."but Mozart married Constanze Weber, the younger sister of his first love, Aloysia, who had turned him down.


He married Constanze Weber in 1782.


Constanze Mozart, born Constanze Weber.


He was married to Constance Weber


Constanze Mozart (Née Weber)


In 1781, Mozart was sacked from the Salzburg Courts after he and the Archbishop had an argument. So then he decided to go and work as a music teacher at a girls boarding school. The boarding school was owned by a group of sisters: Josepha (the eldest), Aloysia, Constanze and Sophie (the youngest). First, Mozart fell for Aloysia. Aloysia was 2 years older than Constanze - she was talented, confident and incredibly attractive. Mozart had many affairs with her. However, when he wanted her hand in marriage, Aloysia rejected him and they argued. Eventually they broke up. Constanze was the kind of girl who was plain, shy and modest - she blended into the background, invisible. But she was good at piano and singing. When she got to know Mozart, she was inevitably head-over-heels attracted to him. Mozart fell in love again, knowing that she had enough knowledge about how to be a good mother and how to keep a house.... even if his dad, Leopold, didn't approve of her. They married on August 4th 1782, a day before Leopold's consent letter arrived in the mail. Mozart and Constanze had a relationship that lasted 10 long years - before Mozart died of rheumatic fever at age 35.


No records exist of any of Mozart's childhood love interests, if he had any, but we do have letters he wrote to his cousin Maria Anna Thekla Mozart, whom he had met in Augsburg 1777 when he was 21 and she 19. These letters are obscene, scatological and very playful, indicating that the two probably had a close, intimate relationship. Whether or not Mozart loved his cousin is an open question, but there is little doubt that Mozart fell in love with Aloysia Weber whom he met during his time in Mannheim, the next stop from Augsburg on his way to Paris. When he saw her again in Munich, however, she treated him coldly. Mozart would go on to marry Aloysia's sister Constanze and reconcile with Aloysia to the extent that he wrote several pieces for her.


Mozart didn't marry his "wife". He married Constanze Weber in 1782 and she then became his wife.


he married constanze weber at age 26


He married Constanze Weber on the 4th August 1782.



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