LEOPOLD MOZART'S PATERNAL PRIDE AND PREJUDICE SELBY, AGNES

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SELBY, AGNES
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Classical music -- Performances; 1900-1999; News, opinion and commentary
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Wolfgang Mozart biographers write much about the influence of his father, Leopold Mozart, over his music and the development of his character. Some have noted the elements of destructiveness that he instilled in his son for his own advantage. However, after Wolfgang rebelled, he only had ten more years of his life left, but those years were symbolic of his musical genius.
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