Baroque music can have quite an amazing effect on our ability to learn and improve and, in particular, the music of Mozart has been found to be most beneficial.
It is claimed that you can not only help your child's development of the brain, but also improve your own spatial awareness and healing ability just by listening to baroque music.
You will never feel quite the same about Mozart's music once you begin to utilise this remarkable success secret.
Who Was Mozart?
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg,
Austria, and died a premature death on December 5, 1971 as a 35-year old.
His musical brilliance was seen very early in his life when, as a four or five
year old he wrote his first composition Andante in C.
During his short lifespan Mozart managed to compose 600 composition
works. Many believe his music to have been the pinnacle of concertante,
symphonic, chamber, operatic, choral and piano music.
Love him or hate him, but Mozart has left a legacy that is still appreciated by
music lovers and students of music to-date. There is no doubt, even among his
critics that Mozart composed his best work shortly before his untimely death.
The Requiem is one of these pieces.
Joseph Haydn, another classical composer well known and appreciated for his
musical talents wrote about Mozart: “posterity will not see such a talent again
in 100 years."
What is interesting to note is that Mozart showed manic depressive tendencies
throughout his adult years. Perhaps it is this close encounter with madness that
enabled his extraordinary talents? Fact is, he was talented beyond his age and