Mozart died from strep throat?

Published on August 18th, 2009 | by Admin


Researchers have a new threory as to what could have killed Mozart at the age of 35.

The composer – who died in Vienna in 1791 – may have succumbed to complications from a sore throat, caused by a bacterial infection.

The University of Amsterdam team think the streptococcus bug infected his kidneys, leading to swelling and death.

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