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Left-handed composers and musicians are few and far between, but we've found the most notable ones - you'll be surprised at how many classical legends are Southpaws!
There don't appear to be any definitive sources on this one, but the majority seem to think that Paganini's devilish left hand was indeed the dominant. Combine this with another theory that suggests he had Marfan Syndrome (resulting in an elongation of tendons and joints - also suffered by Rachmaninov), and you've got some serious pizzicato going on.
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