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The quick story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart VOCABULARY EXERCISE FOR CHILDREN.....
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The quick story of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart VOCABULARY EXERCISE FOR CHILDREN.....
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6 minutes 7 seconds
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Lectures (e.g. TED talks)
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listening
Listening comprehension
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The above lesson is a great teaching resource for:Intermediate (B1)
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This resource is intended for:Elementary schoolers
elementary-school
Elementary schoolers
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5/21/2020
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1. Fill the gap.
the great composer, he was one of the greatest composers of all time, and he died at only 35's have a peek at his life.
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He was born here in atown, surrounded by mountains and full of music called Salzburg in Austria in 1756.
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And when Wolfgang wasa baby in his cot,
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Do you know that he and his sister were the only twoof the Mozart's seven children to survive.
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It wasn't long before heplay piano and violin better than everyone.
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And atsix years old,
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forget long bumpyin a carriage were very tiring, the lodgings where they stayed were uncomfortable.
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so they often gotthat tour lasted more than three years, and then it was off on a tour of Italy for two years in Italy.
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Astonishing is that Wolfgang was able to write out thetune from his memory.
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And Mozart was so ambitious that heto Vienna the capital of Austria there.
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… Wolfgang's, father didn't,of this love affair at all, but Mozart was determined.
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And he was a brilliant passionate theorist soon his gigs were packed out with,
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he roped concertos that's where theplays the background music and there's a star solo performance by an instrument like …
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he also wrote symphonies, a big piece of music in four movements, some fast, some slow where the orchestra takes center.
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Instead of saying it to relax Mozart liked to play billiards, but I bet he was humming a tune, even as he bentthe table.
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He managed to write over 600 pieces of music that's a lot of paper well, meet LudwigCoco.
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He wrote when he was 32before he died.
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He wasdepressed overworked and feeling very ill.
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He still managed to finished his last opera The Magic Flute and was working on funeral music for awhen he died on December,
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shortly afterwards, people realized what agenius he was people as brilliant as Mozart don't come around very often we're.
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