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Fun thing about that little (seven minutes long) work. For years, it was attributed to F.J. Haydn, then to his brother Michael. Then, musicologists laid it at the door of Leopold Mozart. Now, scholarship seems to have come to the idea that Leopold may have quoted it in one of his anthologies of party music, but that the composer was either Stefan Paluselli or Edward Angerer. They were both priests working in the Austrian Tyrol, to wit, Berchtesgaden, which had a long-time history of making toy musical instruments.

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