• Question: Did Mozart meet J.S. Bach?

    From galvj0101@googleapps.wrdsb.ca@21:1/5 to cmsunday on Thu Jan 7 07:01:17 2016
    On Friday, February 11, 2011 at 4:23:45 AM UTC-5, cmsunday wrote:
    One of my students says she read that Mozart met J.S. Bach at some
    point, but I never encountered that information. Is that true?

    I know Haydn and Mozart were friends (and Haydn's famous remark about Wolfgang, to Leopold, that his son was the greatest composer, etc.),
    and I believe Beethoven took some lessons, briefly, early on, from
    Haydn (?). But Mozart and Bach?

    TIA

    Mozart was a born January 27 what are you talking about

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  • From Charlie Gibbs@21:1/5 to All on Thu Jan 7 17:36:01 2016
    On 2016-01-07, galvj0101@googleapps.wrdsb.ca <galvj0101@googleapps.wrdsb.ca> wrote:

    On Friday, February 11, 2011 at 4:23:45 AM UTC-5, cmsunday wrote:

    One of my students says she read that Mozart met J.S. Bach at some
    point, but I never encountered that information. Is that true?

    I know Haydn and Mozart were friends (and Haydn's famous remark about
    Wolfgang, to Leopold, that his son was the greatest composer, etc.),
    and I believe Beethoven took some lessons, briefly, early on, from
    Haydn (?). But Mozart and Bach?

    TIA

    Mozart was a born January 27 what are you talking about

    J.S. Bach died in 1750; Mozart was born in 1756.
    If they met, it was in the hereafter.
    (But oh, what heavenly music they might have made.)

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  • From todd@toddschultzcompositions.com@21:1/5 to galv...@googleapps.wrdsb.ca on Fri Jan 13 07:28:58 2017
    On Thursday, January 7, 2016 at 9:01:18 AM UTC-6, galv...@googleapps.wrdsb.ca wrote:
    On Friday, February 11, 2011 at 4:23:45 AM UTC-5, cmsunday wrote:
    One of my students says she read that Mozart met J.S. Bach at some
    point, but I never encountered that information. Is that true?

    I know Haydn and Mozart were friends (and Haydn's famous remark about Wolfgang, to Leopold, that his son was the greatest composer, etc.),
    and I believe Beethoven took some lessons, briefly, early on, from
    Haydn (?). But Mozart and Bach?

    TIA

    Mozart was a born January 27 what are you talking about

    You can't be serious. The post had the wrong date, but correct year and you're attacking the post?

    I could understand if the comment was off by years, but off by 26 days, that's just complaining for the sake of complaining.

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  • From jchen9@student.smusd.us@21:1/5 to All on Sun Apr 2 12:07:45 2017
    Yeah, i am doing a speech about him and bio.com said he met bach, or was it a family member?

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  • From Charlie Gibbs@21:1/5 to jchen9@student.smusd.us on Mon Apr 3 05:19:19 2017
    On 2017-04-02, jchen9@student.smusd.us <jchen9@student.smusd.us> wrote:

    Yeah, i am doing a speech about him and bio.com said he met bach,
    or was it a family member?

    If anything it was a family member, since Bach died 6 years before
    Mozart was born.

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  • From gabriels176@yahoo.com@21:1/5 to CTessier on Sat Aug 19 14:41:21 2017
    On Friday, February 11, 2011 at 9:21:29 AM UTC-5, CTessier wrote:
    On 11 fév, 04:23, scsigurl2020 <sunmusicstri...@gmail.com> wrote:
    One of my students says she read that Mozart met J.S. Bach at some
    point, but I never encountered that information.  Is that true?

    I know Haydn and Mozart were friends (and Haydn's famous remark about Wolfgang, to Leopold, that his son was the greatest composer, etc.),
    and I believe Beethoven took some lessons, briefly, early on, from
    Haydn (?).  But Mozart and Bach?

    TIA

    I doubt it very much because J.S. Bach died on 28 July 1750 and
    Wolfgang Amadeus was born in Salzburg on 1 January 1756. Around 5 and
    a half years after the death of J.S.

    Christian

    Mozart was born Jan 27, 1756.
    But Haydn was born in 1732, I wonder if he ever met Bach.

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  • From faisal.ramadan@gmail.com@21:1/5 to All on Sun Oct 15 02:35:58 2017
    Mozart hadn’t met J.S.Bach, but he met his son, Johann Christian Bach who was a composer and great music teacher, he gave Mozart many lessons in Music. Some say that J.C Bach was Mozart’s teacher beside his father.

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