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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was a famous composer during the Classical period.
Mozart may also refer to:
- Mozart (comédie musicale) (1925), musical comedy by Reynaldo Hahn and Sacha Guitry
- Mozart (1955 film), Austrian film about the composer
- Mozart!, Austrian musical about the composer
- Mozart (crater), crater on Mercury
- Mozart, meerkat in Meerkat Manor
- MOZART (model), chemical transport model of atmospheric ozone
- Mozart Programming System, multi-platform development environment based on the Oz programming language
- Mozart, Saskatchewan, small hamlet in Saskatchewan
- Mozart (train), a train service named after the composer
- Mozart, West Virginia, an unincorporated community in the U.S. state of West Virginia
- Mozart the music processor, music notation program
- Mozart, l'opéra rock, 2008 French musical directed by Olivier Dahan
- MozART group, musical/comical performance group
- HTC 7 Mozart, mobile smartphone
People with the name
- Related to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
- Mozart family, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's family
- Franz Mozart (1649–1694), Wolfgang's great-grandfather
- Johann Georg Mozart (1679–1736), Wolfgang's paternal grandfather
- Leopold Mozart (1719–1787), Wolfgang's father
- Anna Maria Mozart née Pertl (1720–1778), Wolfgang's mother
- Maria Anna Mozart (1751–1829), Wolfgang's sister ("Nannerl")
- Maria Anna Thekla Mozart (1758–1841), Wolfgang's cousin ("Bäsle")
- Constanze Mozart (1762–1842), Wolfgang's wife
- Karl Thomas Mozart (1784–1858), Wolfgang's and Constanze's elder surviving son
- Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (1791–1844), Wolfgang's and Constanze's youngest child, composer and pianist
- Amadeus, 1979 play by Peter Shaffer
- Amadeus (film), 1984 adaptation of the play
- Juan Crisóstomo Arriaga (1806–1826), composer called the "Spanish Mozart"
- Joseph Martin Kraus (1756–1792), composer called the "Swedish Mozart"
- Jacques Offenbach (1819–1880), composer called "The Mozart of the Champs-Élysées"
- A. R. Rahman (born 1966), composer called the "Mozart of Madras"
- Chevalier de Saint-George (1745–1799), composer from Guadeloupe called the "Black Mozart"
- Samuel Wesley (1766–1837), composer called the "English Mozart"
- Mozart effect, theory that listening to Mozart's music can enhance intellect
- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Lauda Air Flight 004 Boeing 767 that crashed in 1991
- All pages with titles containing "Mozart"
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