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Jean-Baptiste Besard

Jean-Baptiste Besard was a health care provider, attorney and lute participant. It’s the regarded as opinion that he was a lot more of the collector and editor of music when compared to a composer. For instance, the “Thesaurus Harmonicus” is usually a assortment of over 400 compositions with fingering furniture …

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Philip Rosseter

Philip Rosseter was an British courtroom musician who all championed the reason for the simple surroundings and denigrated luxury counterpoint; he was also a movie theater supervisor whose satirical productions got him into minor trouble with the general public and the ruler. From 1603 until his loss of life twenty …

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Leonhard Paminger

From age ten this Austrian composer received his education in Vienna and held a station being a bass at St. Stephen’s where he discovered the artwork of composition by himself. Paminger was a schoolmaster and a Rektor of St. Nikola’s. He kept this placement until 1557 when he was demoted …

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