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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (unknown)

Wolfgang Mozart

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (b. 1756 – d. 1791), a musical prodigy from the age of six, Mozart is considered by many to be the greatest musician of all time. His legions of works include famous pieces for symphonies and operas, choral and piano; nearly every one is considered a masterpiece of the classical music form. International acclaim is nothing new for Mozart.

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WNO Commentary: The Magic Flute 8 of 8: The triumph of reason and virtue (audio only)

Musicologist Saul Lilienstein offers his commentary on The Magic Flute, featuring insights about the music and history. Musical excerpts used courtesy of EMI Classics.

WNO Commentary: The Magic Flute 7 of 8: The trials of fire and water (audio only)

Musicologist Saul Lilienstein offers his commentary on The Magic Flute, featuring insights about the music and history. Musical excerpts used courtesy of EMI Classics.

WNO Commentary: The Magic Flute 6 of 8: Nobility, coloratura madness, lyric pathos, an magic (audio only)

Musicologist Saul Lilienstein offers his commentary on The Magic Flute, featuring insights about the music and history. Musical excerpts used courtesy of EMI Classics.

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Compositions

- Die Zauberflöte - Overture

- Idomeneo, K. 366

- Il re pastore, K. 208

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