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Joseph I, Holy Roman Emperor

The Holy Roman Emperor from the Hapsburg dynasty was the hereditary ruler of Hungary. In 1690 he was crowned the Ruler of Rome in Augsburg. A patron from the arts and students of Pinner in harpsichord, flute and additional instruments, Joseph preferred the dance as well as the aria. Between 1682 and 1699 he performed both like a vocalist and dancer in the court theater in Vienna. His compositions shown the impact of Scarlatti. Arias made up by Jospeh I consist of “Regina coeli,” “Alme ingarte,” and “Si, cor mio, confida.”

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