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Robert Breitbach Consulting has been active in Austria as a retained and independent International Executive Search Firm, managed by its proprietor. Our focus are the technical industries of Austria.
During the last 28 years we have been able to build an award-winning search firm with a substantial partner network that gives us all the necessary resources to manage your domestic and international personnel recruiting projects.
We use all tools a modern search firm can access, such as social networks, classifieds, database and of course our valuable industry contacts. But our strong suit is DIRECT SEARCH. We leave no stone unturned to find the person who will bring your organization ahead.
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We would like to share an article we found on www.mozart.com about the life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart:
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart first saw the light of the world on January 27, 1756, a bitterly cold day. Little Wolfgang was the seventh child of Anna Maria Mozart and the composer at the court of the prince-archbishop of Salzburg, Leopold Mozart. Music played a central role in the Mozart household. Leopold Mozart was a renowned composer in the employ of Prince-Archbishop Count Schrattenbach and frequently performed with the court ensemble of Salzburg. Little “Wolferl” was his constant companion.
Mozart’s Salzburg was one of countless small towns in the Confederation of German States – strictly Catholic and very provincial. However, the town with its many baroque churches and majestic fortress was extremely wealthy and working for the prince-archbishop was considered to be extremely lucrative employment. In Salzburg, little Mozart grew up in a loving middle-class environment.
"I want to play the second violin!"
At the age of three Wolfgang discovered the piano. Soon he was able to play his first pieces. At the age of four he was able to play the second violin in the rehearsal of a string trio composed by his father – faultlessly despite never having learned to play the instrument. A miracle! Without doubt Leopold Mozart realised that his son was someone very special. From there on Leopold dedicated his time and passion to the musical education of his son and his gifted daughter Nannerl. At times, Leopold Mozart even put aside his own musical career in favour of his children.
Leopold Mozart: Father, Role-Model and Teacher
Leopold Mozart taught Wolfgang and Nannerl to play the piano and the violin. He supported his children with a great deal of imagination and encouraged them to find their own ways. Their musical development became his purpose in life, therefore Leopold Mozart in particular paved the way for the talent of his son Wolfgang to be fulfilled.
To read further on www.mozart.com, please click on this link: Salzburg - where everything started
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