Time can wash away the physical appearance of a person, but the waves of time aren’t strong enough to wash the good deeds of a person. Death sometimes becomes meaningless, as the person remains forever in the world in pages of history and mind and hearts of people through their great works and achievements.  A women who died centuries ago is still remembered for her work, even she isn’t with us physically. Her musical career made her immortal and will be remembered as long as human has ears to hear and heart to feel.  Constanze Mozart is a historical icon who contributed a lot to the musical industry and will remain as one of the greatest figures in the world of music.

Constanze Mozart was a musician and singer born on January 5th of the year 1762. She leaved the world leaving behind memories and works on 6th March of 1842. She was married to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart who was a prolific composer of Classical era and was born on 27 January 1756 and died on 5th December 1791. Constanze Mozart’s husband passed away at very small age but she never gave up and was never broken through the great tragedy the time threw in her way. Constanze Mozart was named Constanze in her birth. She was born in Zell im Wiesental. She was born as a daughter of her parents Cacillia Weber, nee Stamm and Fridolin who served as a double bass player, prompter and music copyist. She was born in a family with musical obsession so it won’t be wrong to say that she has music in her genes. Constanze was a sister of Josepha, Aloysia and Sophie. All of her siblings were trained as a singer and all of them made a considerable place as musicians. Constanze Mozart is one of the greatest musicians the world of music has ever had. She never got divorced which shows she was happy with relation with her husband and didn’t get remarried after her husband death. She and her husband, Wolfgang shared 2 children and four other died in infancy.

1.    Raimund Leopold (17 June – 19 August 1783)

2.    Karl Thomas Mozart (21 September 1784 – 31 October 1858)

3.    Johann Thomas Leopold (18 October – 15 November 1786)

4.    Theresia Constanzia  Adelheid Friedericke Maria Anna (27 December 1787 – 29 June 1788)

5.    Anna Maria (b/d 16 November 1789)

6.    Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart (26 July 1791 – 29 July 1844)


Challenging her own abilities and expanding her horizon of working, Constanze Mozart pushed herself to the height of success she stood in those days through the dedication and hard work of years. She stood as one of the most successful musicians in the world of music. Her writings and compositions filled with emotions and feelings really make her a sensational musician. Supported by her beautiful face and heavenly talent, she was really an astonishing musician with gifted abilities and skills. She gained centuries worth success just in the small time she lived in the world. She died in the year 1842 but her contribution to the revolution of music has leaved thousands of reasons to remember her. Her contribution can never be overlooked. She will be never be forgotten and never be overlooked. She will remain in memories till the humankind carries it existence.

She is arguably the most successful classical musician ever existed and the evidence to this is her sensational works. Her bio along with various information of her life is available in wiki and various other sites. She even now stands as a role model to those people who seek the light of success through dedication and determination. She stood up as a perfect example than the success holds no other shortcuts than hard work. Dedicated from her very early days, she achieved those successes which no one can ever imagine without gifted talent and hard work and dedication of years and years. Her net worth is not available in the internet.