Mozart's music falls in the archetype of the Classical style. When he began composing, Style Galant was dominating the whole of Europe. A versatile talent of Mozart, lead him to compose in different genres, including opera, symphony, the solo concerto, chamber music, etc. He also wrote religious music, dances, serenades, divertimenti, and other forms of musical entertainment.
He advanced the technical and emotional form of these significant genres and popularized the Classical piano concerto. The most notable traits of Mozart's music are balance, clarity, transparency, delicacy, and inner power. These traits are well shown in his Piano Concerto No. 24 in C-minor, K, 491, the opera Don Giovanni and so on.
Mozart had a gift of noticing and adapting the excellent, valuable features from other's works. His travels, meeting with other composers and musicians helped him to gain a shared knowledge of the music around Europe. He was influenced by Bach and many composers from Mannheim, Viena, etc., and implemented the best features out of them.