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The funeral was held two days later at St. Stephen's Cathedral, where Mozart had married his wife Constanze only nine years earlier. His body was never autopsied although Eduard Guldener von Lobes, the physician who examined it, found no evidence of foul play. Contrary to popular (romantic) belief, Mozart was not given a pauper's funeral. His widow had purchased a third-class funeral which, although certainly the cheapest, was the most common in Vienna 3 . And, far from being destitute and ignored, hordes of people - fans and admirers of the great composer - showed up at Wälscher Platz and St. Stephen's to pay their last respects to one of the greatest geniuses of classical music.

Christened Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus, Mozart was born in 1756 at 9 Getreidgasse in Salzburg , Austria. The house now houses the Mozart Museum. 'Theophilus' means 'favourite of the gods' and was used in various translated versions throughout his life, including the more familiar Latin 'Amadeus'.

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