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    appearance of Mozart in his life, Salieri starts to distrust God and commit blasphemy. Throughout the movie, Salieri’s strong covetousness of Mozart’s talent and his blame on God who only gives his gift not to his honest son but to an obscene child, Mozart, are

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    and forth about what they heard and who they heard it from. Those two in my opinion really set the play in motion and gave just enough insight on Salieri to have you on your toes. In my mind I’m asking the same questions, “did Salieri really poison Mozart and if so why to tell it now?” I’m really into it now just from the first couple minutes. There wasn’t a lot of props which I thought was a great idea, seeing that too many props couple draw the attention away from the characters. The play had it’s

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    the film highlights the finest musical qualities of its main character, Mozart, it primarily casts a dark and solemn tone upon most of the story and eventually leads to his unfortunate fate. Because the film features the point of view from the antagonist, Salieri, it attempts to cause the viewer to sympathize with a flawed and broken character. Furthermore, the film frustrates the viewer with the foolish decisions of Mozart, despite the best efforts of his wife Costanza, and the lack of any moral

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    Marrying Mozart is a novel written by Stephanie Cowell. The book is based on the life and times of the Weber sisters of Mannheim Germany. It focuses mainly on the interactions between the Weber’s and Mozart. The novel is sectioned into six parts rather than chapters, and throughout the novel has small sections in which Sophie Weber, the youngest of the four sisters, chimes in from what appears to be the ‘present tense’ of the novel, in 1842 Salzburg, Austria. The book begins with present-day Sophie

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    Amadeus Movie Essay

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    The film Amadeus directed by Milos Forman in 1984 was a look in to the interesting and short life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Mozart was considered a child prodigy and genius by possessing qualities such as: composing his first concerto at the age 4, first symphony by the age of seven, his first opera by twelve, being able to just hear a piece of music once and being able to play it back perfectly from memory, playing the piano with a blindfold on, or playing the piano upside-down and backward. The

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) is without a doubt one of the most influential composers to have ever lived. From his piano works to his symphonies, Mozart never ceased to amaze people with his music. He had a very exciting career that began in his childhood that involved traveling to different cities and performing and writing music for a number of large and well-respected audiences. Along with Mozart’s obviously notable works, his sacred music was also exceptionally popular at the time, as

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    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born in Salzburg in Austria, the son of Leopold, Kapellmeister to the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg. By the age of three he could play the piano, and he was composing by the time he was five; minuets from this period show remarkable understanding of form. Mozart's elder sister Maria Anna (best known as Nannerl) was also a gifted keyboard player, and in 1762 their father took the two prodigies on a short performing tour, of the courts at Vienna

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    Mozart : Movie Analysis

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    The documentary opens up with Charles Hazlewood, the narrator, stating, “The popular view is that he [Mozart] was born a genius, straight from his mother's womb. But in my opinion, his brilliance grew and developed from the loves and losses during his brief 35 years. Life was the driving force of his genius." This quote from the documentary outlines the plot of all three parts. Mozart was one of seven siblings in his family. Unfortunately, only two survived: himself and his sister Maria Anna. Leopold

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    The Life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Do you have a younger sibling? Perhaps a young family member? Then try to imagine that young sibling or family member writing songs at 5 years old and performing for kings and queens at 11 years old. From playing the piano at 3 to struggling to struggling with himself on the inside and the outside. The world of music may have

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    Amadeus Conflict Essay

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    is Salieri’s jealousy towards Mozart. Salieri really admires Mozart and his outstanding music even though Mozart is a few years younger than him. Salieri begins to feel envy and jealousy towards Mozart when Mozart enters the emperor’s palace and calls one of Salieri’s old songs a “funny little tune.” Mozart then proceeds to point out the flaws in the piece and explains how Salieri could improve his piece making Salieri question why God had blessed someone like Mozart with such talent. In the following

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