Julie von Webenau

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Julie von Webenau née Baroni-Cavalcabò, (16 October 1813, Lemberg – 2 July 1887, Graz), was a German-Austrian composer. She was a student of Mozart's son Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart. In 1839 Robert Schumann dedicated his piece Humoreske Op. 20 to her. Her granddaughter Vilma von Webenau also became a composer.


  • Alison Bauld: Mozart's Sister, Alcina Press (September 2005), ISBN 0-9550713-0-5
  • Beate Julia Perrey: The Cambridge Companion to Schumann, Cambridge University Press (August 2007), ISBN 0-521-78341-0

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