Death Place Matching "Vienna, Austrian Empire [now Austria]" (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)

13 names.

1. Ludwig van Beethoven

Soundtrack | Total Recall

Beethoven was the child of a Flamian musician family and became a member of the electoral orchestra of Bonn in 1783. In 1787 he studied at Mozart's in Vienna and in 1792 he moved all to Vienna becoming a student of Franz Joseph Haydn. The Vienna High Society loved him as a piano player as well as ...

2. Franz Schubert

Soundtrack | Minority Report

Schubert was musically educated at the "Hofkapelle" in Vienna where he sang as a boy but then had to quit in order to help his father at school. Four years later, he became an independent composer and was destined to live in poverty from then onwards. Having an introverted personality, Schubert ...

3. Franz Joseph Haydn

Soundtrack | Minority Report

Haydn had a hard childhood: at six years old he had to work as a boy singer in a choir and after his voice broke he had to earn his money by playing dance music and serving as a butler. Becoming famous for his compositions Haydn was employed as "Kapellmeister" by Fuerst Esterhazy in Eisenstadt in ...

4. Antonio Salieri

Soundtrack | Iron Man

Antonio Salieri was born in 1750 into a prosperous Italian family of merchants. He studied harpsichord and violin from an early age, and after the death of his parents, continued his music studies in Venice. His talent was noticed by Viennise composer Florian Grassman, who invited him to Vienna, ...

5. Johann Strauss Sr.

Soundtrack | Batoru rowaiaru

Johann Strauss Sr. was born on March 14, 1804, in Vienna, Austria. His father owned a small inn on the river Danube, and his mother was innkeeper, she died when he was seven years old. Strauss studied music with Johann Polichansky and also was an apprentice of a bookbinder. He joined a string ...

6. Giuseppe Antonio Carpani

Nina, o sia La pazza per amore

Italian librettist and writer on music. He was editor of the Gazzetta di Milano from 1792 to 1796, but his anti-French sentiments got him in trouble during the French occupation of Lombardy and he moved to Vienna. He wrote biographies of Franz Joseph Haydn and Gioachino Rossini, the former of which...

7. Carl Czerny

Music Department | The Turning Point

Carl (Karl) Czerny was born on 20th of February, 1791, in Vienna, Austria. He studied piano with his father, Wenzel Czerny, and later took lessons from Antonio Salieri and Ludwig van Beethoven. Beethoven was so impressed with Czerny's playing that he offered to teach him several times a week for ...

9. Georg Friedrich Treitschke

Writer | Fidelio

German librettist and translator.

11. Joseph Sonnleithner

Writer | Fidelio

Austrian librettist.

13 names.

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