Jean-Baptiste Lully

Jean-Baptiste Lully

A 17th century composer Jean-Baptiste Lully died after stabbing himself in his pinky toe with his conducting baton during a performance. The resulting gangrene spread to his leg, which he refused to have amputated, so that he could continue to dance. It eventually spread to his brain, killing him.

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