Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart might have been a genius at writing music, but he was less skilled in the art of writing love letters. An uncomfortable amount of his flirty missives were addressed to his cousin, Maria Anna Thekla. As if that wasn’t bad enough, many of them involved poop.
Additionally, which president had a fart kink?
One of the nation’s founding fathers, a cornerstone of the country’s history, Benjamin Franklin, apparently had a fart fetish. Letters to a woman, in which he applauded her flatulence, seem to prove that one.
Correspondingly, did Mozart marry his cousin?
It has been surmised that, in a day when first cousins frequently married each other, Mozart and his cousin might have enjoyed a brief romantic attachment. Be that as it may, Wolfgang married Constanza Weber in 1781, and about a year-and-a-half later, Maria Anna Thekla disappears from Mozart’s correspondence.
What is Mozart’s style?
He almost single-handedly developed and popularized the Classical piano concerto. He wrote a great deal of religious music, including large-scale masses, as well as dances, divertimenti, serenades, and other forms of light entertainment. The central traits of the Classical style are all present in Mozart’s music.
“Early 20th-century scholarship severely criticized her as unintelligent, unmusical and even unfaithful, and as a neglectful and unworthy wife to Mozart. … She remarried in 1809 to a Danish diplomat and writer, who worked with her on Mozart’s biography before his death in 1826.
After Mozart’s death
At this point Constanze’s business skills came into fruition: she obtained a pension from the emperor, organized profitable memorial concerts, and embarked on a campaign to publish the works of her husband. These efforts gradually made Constanze financially secure and ultimately, wealthy.