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Austro-German family of musicians.

(Johann Georg) Leopold Mozart (b Augsburg, 14 Nov. 1719; d Salzburg, 28 May 1787) studied philosophy in Salzburg but was expelled in 1739 for poor attendance. ...

Subjects: Music.

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