1756


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Joseph Martin Kraus


"Kraus was the first great composer of genius that I ever knew;
pity about him and Mozart, both were so young."
F. J. Haydn, 1798.

W. A. Mozart


"Before God, and, as an honest man, I tell you that your son is the greatest composer known to me, either in person or by name." - F. J. Haydn




J. M. Kraus


"The symphony he wrote here in Vienna especially for me will be regarded as a masterpiece for centuries to come; believe me, there are few people who can compose something like that." - F. J. Haydn




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