Simon Le Duc

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Simon Le Duc (Paris, 15 January 1742- 22 January 1777) was a French violinist, soloist at the Concert Spirituel, music publisher and composer.[1] His younger brother, Pierre Le Duc (1755–1818), was also a violinist. It is not clear which of the two brothers was mentioned by mention of the violinist Le Duc in the letters of Mozart.[2]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]


  1. ^ New Grove[full citation needed]
  2. ^ The letters of Mozart & his family: Volume 2 Cecil Bernard Oldman, Ludwig Schiedermair - 1938 -1 Either Simon Leduc (1748-1777), soloist in violin concertos at the Concert Spirituel and a well-known music publisher, or his younger brother