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Mozart - His mother's death

Time: Friday Jul 3, 1778

Place: Paris, France

Details: After Mannheim, she had been unwell, complaining of a sore throat and ear infections, and while she was keen for them to move on, Leopold declined to countenance her return home, to recover there. Things quickly got worse in Paris. She began suffering from chills and a fever along with constant headaches and died on July 3.



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