Johann Sebastian Bach
Bach was born on March 21st, 1685. He moved to Ohrdruf at a young age after his father died. There he studied organ with his older brother. Between 1707 and 1708, Bach was teaching, composing, and performing. He even developed an interest in organ building. From 1717 to 1723, he was a music director of the Prince Leopold court chapel. After 1729, Bach didn't concentrate so much on composing sacred vocal music. He turned to the music of his contemporaries. Bach soon passed away in the 1740's.
Wolfgang Amedeus Mozart
Mozart grew up in Salzburg. His father was a very famous composer also. In 1781, he visited Vienna, and decided to settle and develop his career there. In 1782 Mozart's opera was a great success, and he continued a series of piano concertos. Later on in his life, he became a Freemason. Mozart died on December 5, 1791 while he was working on his final composition.
Ludwig Van Beethoven
Lugwig van Beethoven was born in 1770. He first performed as a pianist at the young age of eight. In 1787, Beethoven left for a while to go to study in Vienna under Mozart. By 1795, he was an excellent pianist. Beethoven was suffering from a hearing loss around the year 1798. He eventually went deaf and had to communicate by writing in a notebook. The final years of Ludwig van Beethoven's life weren't the best and his funeral was march 26, 1827. Many people came to it because he was an amazing musician.