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Mozart is still recognized as one of the greatest musicians of all times but his lack of discipline as a child led to his downfall The pinnacle of Mozarts success ended at an early age but even earlier he was thought to be a melodious mastermind For such a gifted man with such a caring father he made many terrible decisions throughout his life Mozarts unpopularity was caused by his musical genius Though greatly appreciated today in his time the pieces he performed were very divisive Touring Europe as a child the young and talented Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was observed to be a musical mastermind because of his gifts as a piano player and as a composer He traveled around Europe with his father Leopold Mozart and his sister Maria Anna who was also a child prodigy Wolfgang began writing his own music at a very young age at the age of four Mozart wrote his first concerto age seven his first symphony and at age 12 his first opera which is said to be Apollo et Hyacinthus After performing an opera La Finta Semplice The Simple Pretense at the palace of the Archbishop of Salzburg he was appointed concertmaster Moreover Mozart never made copies of his work He would simply hear music in his head and write it down making no corrections This ingenious gift made him a bit to cocky for his own good Though he was given opportunities many would dream for he was a very careless and somewhat a smug chap Much of his pride led him to his money problems He believed he should be given jobs without questioning He was unwilling to apply for a position he thought he was the best man for the job Also Mozart was to some extent a womanizer This made him unpopular with some of the female society In particular he had a serious drug and alcohol problem He always seemed
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