Leopold Mozart Haus, Augsburg Photos

Leopold Mozart Haus (formerly Mozarthaus Museum) (Frauenstraße 30, Augsburg) is in the building where Leopold Mozart, father of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was born & raised. The house is located in the Fuggerei workers housing district; the Mozart family having had long time connections with the very wealthy and powerful Fugger dynasty. The museum has undergone major exhibit renovations (2020) . Photos included below pre-date the renovation but reflect the importance of Mozart to Augsburg.

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Mozarthaus Museum, where Mozart's father, Leopold, was born & raised & who was later prominent in developing his son's talent & fame. Augsburg, Germany.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart bust by Franz Hämmerle at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Leopold Mozart bust by Franz Hämmerle at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Leopold Mozart lithograph by Heinrich E. Wintter at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Mozarthaus Museum, where Mozart's father, Leopold, was born & raised & who was later prominent in developing his son's talent & fame. Augsburg, Germany.Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart bust by Franz Hämmerle at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Leopold Mozart bust by Franz Hämmerle at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Leopold Mozart lithograph (1816) by Heinrich E. Wintter at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Anna Maria Mozart, wife of Leopold Mozart, steel engraving by A. Weger at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany."Fundamental Principles for Learning to Play the Violin" manuscript by Leopold Mozart translated into French at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany."Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of Violin Playing" 1st edition by Leopold Mozart at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Items related to Leopold Mozart's intellectual development during era of Enlightenment at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Anna Maria Mozart, wife of Leopold Mozart, steel engraving by A. Weger at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany."Fundamental Principles for Learning to Play the Violin" manuscript (c1770) by Leopold Mozart translated into French at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany."Treatise on the Fundamental Principles of Violin Playing" (Augsburg, 1756) 1st edition by Leopold Mozart at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Items related to Leopold Mozart's intellectual development during era of Enlightenment at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Reproductions of portraits of Mozart family at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Workshop of a bookbinder, trade of Leopold Mozart's father who worked in what is now Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Copper engraving featuring Siegmund Christoph Graf Schrattenbach, important patron to Mozart family, by Joseph & Johann Klauber at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Copper engraving of Prince Wilhelm V of Orange for whom Wolfgang Mozart played three times at court, by Jakob Houbraken at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Reproductions of portraits of Mozart family at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Workshop of a bookbinder, trade of Leopold Mozart's father who worked in what is now Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Copper engraving (mid 18thC) featuring Siegmund Christoph Graf Schrattenbach, important patron to Mozart family, by Joseph & Johann Klauber at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Copper engraving of Prince Wilhelm V of Orange (c1766) for whom Wolfgang Mozart played three times at court, by Jakob Houbraken at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Copper engraving of Empress Maria Theresia whom the Mozart family met in Vienna when Wolfgang & Nannerl gave a concert, by Philipp Andreas Kilian at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Engraving of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome where in 1770 Leopold & Wolfgang Mozart succeeded in gaining an audience with the Vatican Secretary of State by Giovanni Battista Falda at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Steel engraving of Getreidegasse 9 Salzburg, birth house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, artist unknown at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Steel engraving of Getreidegasse 9 Salzburg , birth house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, by Jakob Hyrtl at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.
Copper engraving of Empress Maria Theresia whom the Mozart family met in Vienna when Wolfgang & Nannerl gave a concert, by Philipp Andreas Kilian at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Engraving of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome (1729) where in 1770 Leopold & Wolfgang Mozart succeeded in gaining an audience with the Vatican Secretary of State by Giovanni Battista Falda at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Steel engraving of Getreidegasse 9 Salzburg, birth house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, artist unknown at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.Steel engraving of Getreidegasse 9 Salzburg (1843), birth house of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, by Jakob Hyrtl at Mozarthaus Museum. Augsburg, Germany.

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