Maximilian Joseph Leidesdorf (, born on July 5th, 1787 in Vienna, died on September 27th, 1840 in Florence). It was the son of the wholesaler Joseph Leidesdorf. It had lessons at Albrechtsberger, Salieri and E.A Forest warden. In addition, he studied the piano and guitar and 1803 published his op. 1 in Vienna where he lived as respected pianist, piano and guitars teachers. With Ignaz Sauer he founded 1822 a music publishing house and was the sole owner as of May 9th, 1827; his rights changed to about 1835 to Diabelli. He went 1827 to Florence where he was appointed court and chamber virtuoso by the grand duke of Tuscany. There he was still a professor besides that at the conservatory and remained until his death in Florence.
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