Home PageArticolo rivistaART AND CULTURE: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: the “creative-self” and the music of joy

Berselli C.
Pubblicato nel numero: Year XXVII July – December 1999 – Number 46
Parole chiave: Compensation, Inferiority, Creative Self, Music, Analogical language, Mozart Wolfgang Amadeus

ART AND CULTURE: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: the “creative-self” and the music of joy

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Summary. The adaptation of the child Mozart to his father’s need of realization, the resulting affective lacks and the heavy activity of musician he has to assume from his childhood, contribute to radicate a deep doubt to be loved simply as a man. The feeling to be undervalued, the resulting state of doubt and inferiority, originate the wish to rise to reach that compensation and perfection witnessed by his music and which manifest themselves though the ability to sublimate from his sufferings producing a music of joy.

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