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Bernardino de Ribera

The influence of Spanish composer Bernardino de Ribera, as well as the intrinsic value of his music, have already been partially obscured by an act of historical vandalism: someone slice the illuminations from the manuscript from Toledo Cathedral where the majority of his works were preserved, taking aswell the musical …

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Anthoine de Bertrand

Bertrand was a People from france composer who served in Fontanges, Auvergne, and Toulouse and later in existence changed into the Jesuit custom. (It had been idea that he passed away the life of the martyr having been assassinated by Protestants who objected to his sacred music.) A big corpus …

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Antonio Scandello

In Scandello’s early career he was a prominent instrumental musician observed for his capability to perform the cornett as well as the sackbut. He was among the many good Italian musicians used in the Dresden courtroom getting the Kapellmeister in 1568 upon the loss of life of Le Maistre. Though …

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Michael East

Significant amounts of the music composed by this musician was published and printed. Your body of his compositions had been within seven books you need to include madrigals, consort tracks, instrumental items with an focus on the viol and sacred compositions. East’s choices aren’t innovative and he frequently borrowed texts …

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Richard Farrant

Performing in the chorus for Edward VI and Mary Tudor, Farrant became a composer and musician like a Master from the Chapel Royal in Windsor. His compositions included several secular consort tracks, and dramatic parts for the Queen to become presented every wintertime. Unfortunately non-e of Farrant’s has are extant …

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Richard Dering

Author of the oldest known functions to utilize the continuous bass. Dering performed the body organ for Queen Henrietta Maria with a convent for British nuns in Brussels; he thought we would live beyond Britain like many English Catholics of that time period. While he was there he arrived to …

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Serafino Cantone

An Italian composer and organist who took the Benedictine vows. He was most likely an organist on the Cathedral of Milan. Cantone’s compositions reveal changing designs in music. The styles of his compositions included motets, public, mass parts, canzonettes, and canzones. What afterwards compositions of his that survive present that …

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Stephan Hoepner

The College or university of Frankfurt an der Oder found Hoepner as students and favorite from the music faculty. He was the college student of Gesius whose impact was undoubtedly noticed in Hoepner’s music. He became the Kantor in Muncheberg and been successful Gesius’ position in the Marienkirche from the …

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Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger

Johann Hieronymous Kapsberger was a well-known lute player in addition to a author of the Baroque era’s initial blush in Italy. Although his function was unequal, its better illustrations have considerable curiosity to today’s listeners. Despite his name, he was an Italian composer. He was created for an Austrian armed …

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