The two well-known composers of classical style of music Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Ludwig van Beethoven. The both of these men were very influential figures in there time and even now within the classical music community and still have work that they composed that is held to the highest standard even to this day. The both of these very much passive listeners where similar in many ways in their style and how they composed. But with this being seen you would automatically assume that there musical personality would also be the same with what came out of the genius of the both of them but it was complete opposite, but most think that if they were within the same ime frames of composing they might have been the same.
Beethoven known for pushing the limits and boundaries of classical music was considered a very big influence within the Classical era of music with him also being within the transition of the Romantic era of music as well which shows the genius that came out of this composer who developed his own style. On the other hand there was Mozart who was the best pound for pound composer of the Classical era having the most success at the time and in many ways of all time.
The two musical prodigies were own opposite spectrums when it came to the era in which the came to greatness. With Beethoven being born into this world when Mozart first began composing with his early success in many ways the things that Mozart composed were a since of direction for Beethoven as he grew into a prominent composers. But really the first teachers of these ingenious composers were there fathers having both of this composers coming from musical families. Mozart having a composer as a father and in many ways very much skilled musician as his teacher had a very considerable future in music. Being influenced not only by his father but by other musicians like Johann Cristian Bach, which in ways really became one of his teacher for quiet some time. On the other hand Beethoven’s first teacher his father a very skilled vocalist, pianist, and violinist. With skills in many different instruments of music it has ben told that he was very srict with his musical teachings with Beethoven. Making Beethoven an obvious talent at a very young age making him known at a younger age and getting many different perspectives of music by other musical teachers.
Beethoven's rise to fame came after his studies with Joseph Haydn in Vienna in the early 1790s. Haydn had great musical influence on Beethoven, leading to a major departure from Beethoven's early works. Newly created compositions at this time showcased his growing range, intricacy, and advancement. Instead of trying to establish himself as a composer, Beethoven focused on his studies and musicality. He worked under Haydn for 4 years and continued studying in Vienna under the direction of several other instructors and composers.