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Mozart was a great musiciancomposer He probably is the greatest composer who ever lived I never realized the extent of his prominence until I watched the movie on his life He was full of such great talent He was able to come up with beautiful music from thin air He could memorize and play any tune after hearing it just once without even seeing the notes on paper Mozart however was only human and he had a lot of flaws under his belt He was a womanizer a drunkard and an addict He had the potential to exceed his own abilities but his flaws got the best of him He failed to do his job well for the Cardinal because of his horsing around with his future wife He was already engaged yet he still would sleep around with Antonio Salieris girl He would go to drinking parties full of women while his wife and child slept at home The time that was supposed to be spent composing music and writing operas were used for sexual pleasure with these assorted women Mozart drank a lot and was constantly drunk while doing his work The alcohol and the medicine he would take made him sick and it eventually killed him He would drink even while doing what he loved best He squandered most of his money on liquor making him take any job that offered even a morsel of money The medicine that he took only made him worse and sicker He slowly lost his mind and he got crazy from all his sleepless nights of composing music He died at such an early age With so much more musical potential to offer he departed this world prematurely due to his own personal tragic flaws Looking into Philippine history books I can see a similarity between Mozart and the late President Ferdinand Marcos Both were great and intelligent but both had flaws that led to their
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