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Mozart's Much Less Family Friendly Works
Leck mich im Arsch 'Kiss my arse! It was one of a set of at least six canons probably written in Vienna in The main theme is derived from the final movement of Joseph Haydn's Symphony No. The German idiom used as the title of the work is equivalent to the English "Kiss my arse! A new text version, which may have been the authentic one, came to light in Handwritten texts to this and several other similar canons were found added to a printed score of the work in an historical printed edition acquired by Harvard University 's Music Library. They had evidently been added to the book by a later hand.
Mozart Wrote Dirty Songs, Too
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is famously known for being a child prodigy and one of the greatest musical composers of all time. For instance, in a letter to his cousin Maria Anna Thekla Mozart, who is also thought to have been a love interest, Mozart wrote,. I have received reprieved your highly esteemed writing biting, and I have noted doted thy my uncle garfuncle, my aunt slant, and you too, are all well mell. We, too thank god, are in good fettle kettle … You write further, indeed you let it all out, you expose yourself, you let yourself be heard, you give me notice, you declare yourself, you indicate to me, you bring me the news, you announce unto me, you state in broad daylight, you demand, you desire, you wish, you want, you like, you command that I, too, should could send you my Portrait.
All the lyrics are too bland, repetitive, and racy. So thank goodness we have a canon of treasured composers to fall back on! You know, guys like Mozart.