Why did Mozart hate the flute?
Baroque flutes were actually quite terrible. They were difficult to play, their intonation was horrible, and the tone was really hard to get to sound good. As a result, there were pitifully few good flute players out there.
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Yes. See the list of his complete works in the Web Links to the left, and the flute works are listed among them.
Answer . German. (German title is Die ZauberflÃ¶te )
Yes, Wolfgang wrote The Magic Flute, die ZauberflÃ¶te, in 1791 after his two other operas: Don Giovanni and The Marriage of Fiagaro.
He really disliked the flute... he had knowledge of it and how it worked, but likely didn't play it much or at all. Among woodwinds, he much preferred the clarinet. However…, he did write two lovely flute concertos -- probably just did it for the money.
In Vienna on September 30th 1791
There is no reason to believe that either of them hated each other. They actually were rather friendly towards each other considering that they were professional rivals. I t…hink that Salieri hated Mozart so much for many reasons. First of all Salieri thought that it was ridiculous for Mozart to have so much talent for Mozart was flamboyant and reckless and never have to work hard for it. Meanwhile Salieri had to work for what he had by doing stuff like giving up his temptation toward women. Mozart had a father who supported and encouraged him and taught him everything he knows while Salieri's father thought that music was a waste of time and discouraged him, so Salieri had learn how to play the piano by himself. Salieri hated Mozart because was not as good and realized he would never be. He wanted for the musical prodigy to be dead and for him to be the one everyone loved and envied
Mozart's musical intuition was so astounding that, even thought there is no evidence that he ever played the flute, I'm sure that he would have had little difficulty in playin…g the instrument.
One of his most famous compositions fo flute is "The Magic Flute" (literally translated from the original German, "Die ZauberflÃ¶te".)
An opera. The actual 'flute' is magic and given to Tamino by the Queen of the Night to help him in his quest to rescue the queens daughter.
Set in Egypt it tells of the exploits of Tamino, a prince, and Papageno the bird catcher, in rescuing Pamina the Queen's daughter who is imprisoned in the castle of a wicked …demon, Sarastro. The quest is aided by the supernatural assistance of the magic flute.
The Magic Flute - Die ZauberflÃ¶te - was composed in 1791
I'm going to guess he thought it was quite magical. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Magic_Flute ;)
violin and piano
It was composed in Vienna, Austria and the date was September 30 1791.
almost as old as the skin flute