Mozart was a versatile composer, and wrote in every major genre: chamber music, symphonies, operas, Masses. He mainly wrote Operas, Church Music, Vocal and Choral Music, Orchestral Music, Chamber Music, Piano Music and Organ Music, concert arias and scenes.Creative style: Mozart had the unique and universal creative style, that formed on the basis of his ability to incorporate many musical elements and style and absorbe, adapt valuable features of others' music Including the Baroque. Mozart possessed an powerful musical memory, excellent ability to improvisation, holistic perception and playful attitude towards the world.
A child prodigy, Mozart at the age of three learned compositions from his father and started to play the keyboard, at age four perfected ballads, at age five he composed his first minuets, had his first piece published when he was eight and wrote his first opera when he was twelve.
Mozart mainly lived in Salzburg and Vienna and during his short life of only 35 years completed several long concert tour throughout Europe, which included stays in Paris, London, Milan, Rome and Prague. At the beginning of his musical career, he played with his father and sister for Louis XV at Versailles and George III in London.
During his trips, he met such great composers as J.S. Bach, G.F. Handel, and Joseph Haydn. He taught and gave piano lessons to make ends meet. He enjoyed dancing, joking and playing billiard. Mozart died on 5 December 1791 at the age of 35.
On August 4, 1782, he married Constanze Weber against his father's wishes and they had 6 children, but only two (sons) survived.
Some have speculated that Mozart was poisoned by rival composer Antonio Salieri, but no proof exists to support that theory. Mozart probably died of rheumatic fever.