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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Musical Prodigy and Composer


Introduce young readers to one of history’s greatest composers. They will enjoy tracing Mozart’s life from his childhood touring Europe as a musical prodigy through his years in Italy, Salzburg, and Vienna. They’ll learn about his struggles for independence and his musical innovation. The title touches on the composition of operas, liturgical music, symphonies, concertos, and more. Mozart’s enduring popularity and the significant influence he had on the composers who followed him are also discussed. A timeline helps readers understand the chronology of events discussed in the book.

Series: Britannica Beginner Bios Series

Interest Level: Grades K-3

Guided Reading Level: H

Lexile Level: 630

ISBN: 9781622756841 (E-book)

Copyright: ©2015       

Pages: 32

Includes Teacher's Notes

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