Mozart Kundali AstroNidan
Birth Date: Jan. 27, 1756
Birth Time: 8 p.m.
Birth City: Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
Degree : 7º23'1.72"
Sun Sign*
Degree : 27º21'11.31"
Moon Sign
Pada : 4
Degree : 22º14'28.81"
Last updated at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:55 a.m.
Created at Aug. 16, 2022, 11:55 a.m.

Kundali Details Birth details and configuration for astrological analysis

Birth Details

Gender Male
Weekday Tuesday
Date Jan. 27, 1756
Time 8 p.m.
Daylight Saving No
City Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
Geo-location 47ºN47'57.88", 13ºE2'38.36"
Timezone Europe/Vienna

Residence Details

City Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
Timezone Europe/Vienna

Ayansmha Preference

Ayanmsha True Chitra
Ayanmsha Value 20º26'25.44"


Birth Time (Europe/Vienna) Jan. 27, 1756, 08:13:10 PM
Birth Time (UTC) Jan. 27, 1756, 07:07:49 PM
Birth Time (LMT) Jan. 27, 1756, 08:00:00 PM
Birth Time (Julian) 2362452.297095
LMT Correction (in Hrs) 0.8697

Birth Place Location of birth place on map - Lat: 47ºN47'57.88" Lon: 13ºE2'38.36"

Life Attributes List of attributes/tags and tag associated with this kundali.


Book Collection | American Book Famous | Historic figure Famous | Top 5% of Profession


Body | Constitution sensitive Body | Size Mind | Child prodigy Personality | Acquisitive Personality | Humorous, Witty


Financial | Extravagant Financial | On the edge Social Life | Animals, pets Work | Travel for work


Entertain/Music | Composer/ Arranger Entertain/Music | Instrumentalist Entertain/Music | Song writer Entertainment | Child performer


Childhood | Family distant Childhood | Family large Childhood | Order of birth Parenting | Kids more than 3 Relationship | Number of Marriages


Body Part Problems | Eyes Body Part Problems | Kidney Psychological | Phobias

Life Story Story of person and major life events assoicated with this Kundali

Austrian composer who wrote masterpieces in every branch of classical music, regarded as one of the world's great geniuses. He came into the world endowed with native talent in which there is no equal in the history of music. In total, Mozart wrote 41 symphonies, 17 piano sonatas, about 20 operas, church music and serenades; altogether, he composed more than 600 works, including choral and chamber works, symphonies, sonatas, concertos, and operas. A prolific child prodigy, his violinist father Leopold (born 14 Nov 1719) recognized his son's natural musical gifts by the time the child was four. Mozart's mother was Maria Anna Pertl, a native of St. Gilgen. The couple had seven children of whom two survived. His older sister, Maria Anna was born 30 July 1751 in Salzburg. His father was a strict disciplinarian who instructed his gifted sister as well as his young son at their clavier lessons. At five, young Mozart composed his first clavier pieces. On 6 January 1762, Leopold took his affectionate and devoted son and daughter to visit and entertain royalty in Munich, Vienna and Pressburg. In Vienna, the family musical delighted the Empress Maria Theresa. At seven, without formal training, Mozart started playing the violin. On 9 June 1763, Mozart, his father and sister left for an extended trip to Europe, Munich, Augsburg, Brussels and Paris. The Mozart's were received cordially and without ceremony by George III and his musical wife Queen Charlotte in London. The nine-year-old boy met Johann Christian Bach on his fifteen months stay in England. After visiting Holland, the family returned to Salzburg in November 1766. At 13, Mozart and his father traveled to Italy to study with Padre Martini. Pope Clement XIV conferred on Mozart the Order of the Golden Spur. In October 1770, he completed his opera "Mitridate, Re di Ponto" with much acclaim by the Italian audiences. In the spring of 1772, a new prince-archbishop ruled Salzburg. Mozart was commissioned to write music for the prince with a salary of 150 florins and the position of Court Konzertmeister. He wrote four symphonies, four divertimenti, several string quartets and divers pieces for the church. In 1773, Mozart went to Vienna looking for a court position under Maria Theresa. He wrote six string quartets while he waited a position in Vienna. After Mozart departed to Munich for the production of his opera "La finta giardiniera," the archbishop of Salzburg grew angry with his Konzertmeister's repeated absences. In 1776, the archbishop sacked Mozart as Konzertmeister, and the composer left with his mother to perform in Paris in 1777. While in Paris, his mother became seriously ill and died on 3 July 1777. Mozart loved fine clothing, the fancier the better. His sense of humor was bawdy bordering on scatological and he was inordinately fond of practical jokes. He kept a number of pets, being particularly fond of birds. Restless and notoriously fidgety, he also snored loudly enough to wake the neighbors. He was often ill, suffering from chronic respiratory infections and other ailments, but feared doctors so much that he could not be persuaded to consult one. In later life he suffered from paranoia, fearing that he was going to be poisoned by an unknown enemy. Unable to regulate his spending, his financial affairs were chaotic. Only 5' 4", Mozart was of slight build and pale in complexion. By 1779, Mozart returned to Salzburg. He worked as court and cathedral organist writing his Symphony in C Major (K. 338) during this period. In 1780, the Elector of Bavaria asked Mozart to write an opera for Munich. The opera was "Idomeneo" considered the first of Mozart's great operas. In 1781, Mozart finally broke with the Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg. He moved to Vienna as a freelance composer looking for work. The Emperor Joseph II commissioned Mozart's "Abduction of the Seraglio and it was performed on 16 July 1782 in Vienna. In Berlin, King Frederick William II of Prussia paid the composer generously for a number of compositions. He launched into a creative musical output with "The Marriage of Figaro," 1786, "Don Giovanni," 1787, "Cosi fan tutte," 1790, "La Clemenza di Tito," 1791 and "The Magic Flute" in 1791. In this five-year period there were also an imposing number of chamber music, works for the piano, symphonies like the E-flat, G minor, and C major (Jupiter). In July 1791, the Count Franz von Walsegg commissioned the composer to write the Requiem Mass. While working on the Requiem Mozart died of kidney disease. At 25, Mozart lodged with the Weber family in Mannheim and fell in love with 18 year-old Constanze Weber. The couple married on 4 August 1782 with the disapproval of his father Leopold Mozart. They were happy in the nine year marriage with two of their six children surviving to adulthood. His son, Wolfgang Amadeus, Jr. was born in Vienna on 26 July 1791. The couple suffered from financial problems that were not alleviated by an extravagant style of living. In 1767, Mozart and his sister came down with small-pox and for nine days Mozart was rendered sightless. Count Podstatsky, a canon of Salzburg, had the children nursed back to health at his expense. In 1791, Mozart's health began to decline from the years of hardships on the road, financial worries, and his constant work. He died shortly before 1:00 AM on 5 December 1791 after saying goodbye to his family and receiving the last rites from his priest. Contrary to legend, he did not go into a pauper's grave but left instructions for a small and simple ceremony. A memorial service held in Prague a week later drew thousands of mourners. Link to Wikipedia biography

Life Events List of life events assoicated with this Kundali profile

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Begin Major Project

Jan. 1, 1762

Work : Begin Major Project 6 January 1762 (Family began performing internationally) .


End Major Project

Nov. 1, 1766

Work : End Major Project November 1766 (Returned to Salzburg) .



Oct. 1, 1770

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released October 1770 (First opera performed) .


New Job

Jan. 1, 1772

Work : New Job 1772 (Court Konzertmeister)



July 16, 1782

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 16 July 1782 at 6:30 PM in Vienna (Die Entführung aus dem Serail (first performance)) .



May 1, 1786

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1 May 1786 at 6:30 PM in Vienna (Le nozze di Figaro (first performance)) .



Jan. 26, 1790

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 26 January 1790 at 7:00 PM in Vienna (Cosi fan tutte (first performance)) .



July 1, 1791

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released July 1791 (Wrote the Recquiem Mass) .



Sept. 30, 1791

Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 30 September 1791 at 7:00 PM in Vienna (Die Zauberflöte (first performance)) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Best Period

Jan. 1, 1786

Financial : Best Period 1786 (Began five yr. period of creative output)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description


Aug. 1, 1782

Relationship : Marriage 4 August 1782 (Contanze Weber, only marriage) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Residence Change

Jan. 1, 1777

Family : Change residence 1777 (Moved to Paris with mother)


Residence Change

Jan. 1, 1779

Family : Change residence 1779 (Returned to Salzburg)


Birth Child

July 26, 1791

Family : Change in family responsibilities 26 July 1791 (Son Wolfgang Amadeus, Jr born) .

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Acute Illness

Jan. 1, 1767

Health : Acute illness 1767 (Suffered with acute small pox)

S.No. Event Type Event Date Event Description

Mother Death

July 1, 1777

Death of Mother 3 July 1777 .



Dec. 1, 1791

Death by Disease 5 December 1791 at 01:00 AM in Wien (Kidney disease and poor health, age 35) .

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