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  1. Mozart family - Wikipedia › wiki › Mozart_family
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    The Weber family became connected with the Mozart family through the marriage of Wolfgang Amadeus to Constanze. The family were from Zell im Wiesental, Germany and included: 1. Fridolin Weber (1691–1754), married Maria Eva Schlar 1.1. Franz Fridolin Weber (1733–1779), married Cäcilia Cordula Stamm (1727–1793) 1.1.1. Josepha Weber (1758–1819), soprano, married (i) Franz de Paula Hofer (1755–96) (ii) Sebastian Mayer(1773–1835) 1.1.2. Aloysia Weber (c. 1760–1839), soprano, married Joseph Lange(1751–1831) 1.1.3. Constanze Weber (1762–1842), married (i) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) (ii) Georg Nikolaus von Nissen (1761–1826) six children by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart as above 1.1.4. Sophie Weber(1763–1846), singer, married Jakob Haibel (1762–1826) 1.2. Franz Anton Weber (1734–1812) 1.2.1. Carl Maria von Weber(1786–1826), composer

    Leopold Mozart, his wife and children 1. Leopold Mozart, c. 1765 2. Anna Maria Mozart néePertl, c. 1775 3. Marie Anna Mozart ("Nannerl"), c. 1785 4. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Wolfgang Mozart's wife and children 1. Constanze Mozart née Weber, 1802 2. Franz Xaver Mozart and Karl Mozart. 1798

    Krist-Krug, Gabriele (2006). Hans Georg Mozart (1647–1719). Barockbaumeister einer berühmeten Familie aus Augsburg: Leben und Werk. Augsburg: Wißner. ISBN 3-89639-522-X.
    Sadie, Julie Anne; Sadie, Stanley (10 July 2005). Calling on the Composer: A Guide to European Composer Houses and Museums. Yale University Press. p. 267. ISBN 0300107501. Retrieved 21 December 201...
  2. Cause of Mozart's death revealed - 218 years late › news › bizarre

    Aug 18, 2009 · The cause of death recorded in Vienna's official death register was “fever and rash,” though even in Mozart's time those were recognized to be merely symptoms and not an actual disease.

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  4. What caused Mozart's death? › en › blog

    Dec 02, 2013 · On November 20th, 1791, Mozart suddenly came down with fever and was wracked with pain. His arms and legs were severely swollen. In the following days his health significantly deteriorated. He died on December 5 after lapsing into a coma. The death certificate states he died of “severe miliary fever”. Exactly which disease led to Mozart’s ...

  5. Mozart, horoscope for birth date 27 January 1756, born in ... › astro-databank › Mozart
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    Austrian composer who wrote masterpieces in every branch of classical music, regarded as one of the world's great geniuses. He came into the world endowed with native talent in which there is no equal in the history of music. In total, Mozart wrote 41 symphonies, 17 piano sonatas, about 20 operas, church music and serenades; altogether, he composed more than 600 works, including choral and chamber works, symphonies, sonatas, concertos, and operas. A prolific child prodigy, his violinist father Leopold (born 14 Nov 1719) recognized his son's natural musical gifts by the time the child was four. Mozart's mother was Maria Anna Pertl, a native of St. Gilgen. The couple had seven children of whom two survived. His older sister, Maria Anna was born 30 July 1751 in Salzburg. His father was a strict disciplinarian who instructed his gifted sister as well as his young son at their clavier lessons. At five, young Mozart composed his first clavier pieces. On 6 January 1762, Leopold took his af...

    friend relationship with Haydn, Franz Joseph(born 31 March 1732)
    opponent/rival/enemy relationship with Salieri, Antonio(born 18 August 1750)
    child->parent relationship with Mozart, Leopold(born 14 November 1719)
    sibling relationship with Mozart, Nannerl(born 30 July 1751)
    compare to chart of First performance: Le nozze di Figaro(born 1 May 1786)
    compare to chart of First Performance:"Die Zauberflöte"(born 30 September 1791)

    Work : Begin Major Project 6 January 1762 (Family began performing internationally) chart Placidus Equal_H.

    LMR quotes his father's letter in a biography by J.G. Prodhomme. Sy Scholfield notes that a photo-copy of Mozart's baptismal certificate has been published online: "[Januarius] 28. med[ia hora] 11. merid[iana] baptizatus est : natus pridie äh[ora] 8. vesp[ertina]; Joannes Chrysost[omus] Wolfgangus Theophilus fil[ius] leg[itimus]" ["The first paragraph indicates that the baptism took place at 10:30 in the morning, and that Mozart had been born at 8:00 the night before."] Scholfield also cites birth record (born 8 p.m.) quoted in "W. A. Mozart, Volume 2" by Otto Jahn (Breitkopf & Härtel, 1867), p. 590: "Aus dem Taufbuche der 'Dompfarre zu Salzburg vom Jahr 1756 p. 2 wird hiemit bezeugt daß Joannes Chryfoftomus Wolfgangus Theophilus. ehelicher Sohn des Edlen leopold Mozart, HofMufikers, und der Maria Anna Vertlin. deffen Gattin. am 27. Januar 1756 um 8 Uhr abends geboren und am 28. Jänner 1756 um 10 Uhr Vormittags im Beuseyn des Edlen Herrn...

    Traits : Body : Constitution sensitive
    Traits : Body : Size (5' 4")
    Traits : Mind : Child prodigy (Musical pro at five)
    Traits : Personality : Acquisitive (Greedy eater)
    Traits : Personality : Humorous, Witty (Bawdy, scatalogical)
    Diagnoses : Body Part Problems : Eyes (Temp. blindness from small pox)
    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    • Salzburg, Austria, 47n48, 13e02
    • 27 January 1756 at 20:00 (= 8:00 PM )
    • Gender: M
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  7. List of childhood diseases and disorders - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_childhood_diseases

    The term childhood disease refers to disease that is contracted or becomes symptomatic before the age of 18 or 21 years old. Many of these diseases can also be contracted by adults. Some childhood diseases include: Diseases from three years to five years

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  10. Top 10 causes of death in the US in 2020 | MDLinx › article › top-10-causes-of-death-in

    Feb 27, 2020 · Deaths from chronic lower respiratory diseases—including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, occupational lung disease, and pulmonary hypertension—were down slightly, from 5.7% in 2017 to 5.6% in 2019. There was also a decline in death rate, from 40.9 per 100,000 in 2017 to 39.7 in 2018. 3.

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