Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart (b. January 27, 1756 in Salzburg, † December 5, 1791 in Vienna), in short Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (or Amadé, as the composer himself signed his works and letters) was a composer of the 'Viennese Classicism', influenced by southern German and Italian stylistic elements of the second half of the 18th century. Baroque polyphony can also be found in some of his compositions (Final of the String Quartet in G Major, KV 387, Final of the "Jupiter" Symphony, KV 551). A total of some 60 symphonies, 30 piano concertos and five violin concertos are attributed to W.A. Mozart, along with other concertos for solo instruments, numerous chamber works, an extensive repertoire of piano music compositions and art songs.
For the Viennese public, Mozart created German-language Singspiele such as The Magic Flute (KV 620) with high entertainment value and allusions to his membership in the Masonic lodge, as well as Italian-language operas such as Le nozze de Figaro (KV 492); in all, Mozart composed 21 operas and Singspiele.
Mozart was also an important exponent of his time in church music; in addition to 17 masses, he created cantatas, oratorios, vespers, and arguably his most important work, the Requiem in D minor (KV 626), which was no longer completed by him, but by Joseph Eybler and Franz Xaver Süßmayr, a student of Mozart, commissioned by Constanze Mozart (the composer's widow).
You can search our online store specifically for titles by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Also a search by Köchel directory number (e.g. KV 525 for A Little Night Music, the Serenade No. 13 for Strings in G Major) will lead you specifically to the desired work.