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The great composers were just that – great at composing. But when it came to affairs of the heart they made their fair share of blundering errors. So, to help you avoid the same mistakes Mozart et al made, here are the lessons we've learned from the love-lives of the great classical composers.
Mozart began tutoring for the Weber family when he was 21 and fell in love with the second eldest of the family's four daughters, Aloysia. He eventually married Aloysia's younger sister, Constanze.
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