Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is perhaps the most important and most recognized composer of all time. Playing the keyboard when he was just three years old and composing at age four, Mozart spent much of his youth touring European courts with his family. Although he died at the age of thirty-five, he created a huge volume of musical works. Among them are the famed operas The Magic Flute, The Marriage of Figaro, and Don Giovanni.
What the Reviewers Say "This complete biography for young readers goes a long way to show us the genius that lay at the heart of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart....His legacy truly was his music and it was a gift which he gave the world." --Through the Looking Glass Children's Book Review