Failure to Success: Mozart & Beethoven

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart began writing music at a young age, composing over 600 pieces that are considered the best ever written. Even so, he didn’t have such a great time and was restless at times, guiding him to his dismissal from his position as a court musician in Salzberg.
As a young man, Beethoven didn’t show any promise on the violin and was so busy writing his own pieces that he neglected to practice. Although his love for composing was great, his teachers thought he wouldn’t succeed. Beethoven kept going and produced some of the best symphonies of all time.

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