A musical genius.
A civilized man.
Believes that Back and Mozart were no capable of influencing society.
Harbors a great resentment toward both Bach and Mozart.
Has never listened to any of Mozart's operas.
Has a deep respect for Mozart and his music.
Bach and Mozart expressed themselves through their music, which had little effect on their fellow Europeans.
Bach and Mozart were working together to create the music for the Olympic Games.
Bach and Mozart began composing works together that would later be performed by other very talented musicians.
Bach and Mozart composed music that enhanced the concept of civilization and upheld the highest moral standards.
Believed that Mozart's work was youthful and fresh.
Did not believe that Mozart was a genius.
Compared Mozart's work to that of Goethe.
Believed that Beethoven's work was more appropriate for young people.
Most of his operas dealt with natural themes, like the glory of daybreak.
Both he and his music embodied happiness, brightness, and freshness.
He was very concerned with the stresses of everyday life.
He began composing music at the age of five, and rapidly developed a unique style.
A youthful state of mind.
A system of musical thought.
A person of exceptional talents.
A leader with an unmistakable style.
Many of Mozart's works have yet to be discovered.
Goethe believed Mozart's works were losing their freshness.
The genius of Mozart's work will live on for many years.
Goethe was the driving force behind Mozart's genius.
Show his fellow Europeans that he was more talented than Bach.
Tell a story about the concerns of daily living.
Convince the listener that life could be very stressful.
Create and spread the values and ideals of civilized societies.
He defined in his music a system of musical thought...
While all the world was still gazing expectantly upon him he vanished from the earth...
So the name of Mozart in his mind is associated with the conception of things youthful, bright, and sunny.
His predecessor Bach accomplished the Olympian feat of adding to the human concepts of civility and civilization.