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Marx Augustin (also Markus Augustin, "Der Liebe Augustin") (1643, Vienna – 11 March 1685, (or 10 October 1705), Vienna) was an Austrian minstrel, bagpiper, and improvisatory poet most famous for the song, "O du lieber Augustin", which is attributed to him.