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Mozart

[moht-sahrt]
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noun
  1. Wolf·gang A·ma·de·us [woo lf-gang am-uh-dey-uh s; German vawlf-gahng ah-mah-dey-oo s] /ˈwʊlf gæŋ ˌæm əˈdeɪ əs; German ˈvɔlf gɑŋ ˌɑ mɑˈdeɪ ʊs/, 1756–91, Austrian composer.
Related formsMo·zar·te·an, Mo·zar·ti·an, adjective
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  • How deliciously far away from hay was this chap's feeling for Mozart.

    The Harbor

    Ernest Poole

  • Mozart always carried one with him as part of his baggage when traveling.

    How the Piano Came to Be

    Ellye Howell Glover

  • But Freddie loved Mozart, loved his music so madly that it was my turn to become jealous.

    Melomaniacs

    James Huneker

  • A thunderstorm may alarm a Mozart into existence, and why not a second Chopin?

    Melomaniacs

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  • This opera Beethoven thought the finest of all that Mozart wrote.


British Dictionary definitions for mozart

Mozart

noun
  1. Wolfgang Amadeus (ˈvɔlfɡaŋ amaˈdeːʊs). 1756–91, Austrian composer. A child prodigy and prolific genius, his works include operas, such as The Marriage of Figaro (1786), Don Giovanni (1787), and The Magic Flute (1791), symphonies, concertos for piano, violin, clarinet, and French horn, string quartets and quintets, sonatas, songs, and Masses, such as the unfinished Requiem (1791)
Derived FormsMozartean or Mozartian, adjective
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