Ludwig Zöschinger was a German priest, composer and organist. Zöschinger, whose baptismal name was Johann Georg, held the position of organist at the Augustinian Abbey of St. Cross in Augsburg. Zöschinger, who was a relative of the Salzburg court Kapellmeister Johann Ernst Eberlin cultivated had a close relation with Leopold Mozart and his son Wolfgang Amadeus. His first known work, a minuet, was built in 1760. It was followed by numerous other church musical compositions such as the Vespers in D (1783).