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Great Music: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Richard Wagner – Spring Term


Three of many famous composers of the German speaking world. We know their wonderful music but how did they live and what were the times they lived in?

Mozart was a child prodigy and master of every musical format; he was also a rebel breaking free from conventions and finding himself in financial trouble.

Beethoven was influenced by Mozart in his early work and went on to create the most powerful music despite becoming deaf.

Wagner was the grand master of opera. His musical achievements, however, have been overshadowed by some of his views. Can we separate the work from the man?

By the end of the course you will be able to take away interesting and not so well-known and sometimes quirky facts about those three composers and their lives and times.

Tutor Monika Lind. This workshop will run on a Saturday 1000-1600


Suitable for all abilities.

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