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Juan de Padilla

This Spanish cleric was a composer who wrote primarily motets and villancicos. He offered being a choir professional at Coria Cathedral, as well as the cathedrals of Zamora and Toledo. Padilla also composed an eight voiced Magnificat for several choir.

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Orazio Vecchi

Orazio Vecchi is really as interesting as he’s obscure. Because his result consisted mainly of “entertainment music,” and because he made up around enough time when the Italian madrigal was learning to be a virtuosic effort and the tests from the Florentines had been planting the seed products of opera, …

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Charles Coleman

An British singer, composer and instrumentalist who sang in the masque “Cupid’s Banishment”, served in the courtroom of Jame’s We and performed in several various other masques. Coleman got the Doctorate in Music from Cambridge and constructed several songs. The type of his tracks are likely towards modernity using a …

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Anthoine Francisque

“Le tresor d’Orphee: livre de tablature de luth” was a assortment of 70 lute items composed by Francisque. It had been focused on the Prince of Conde to whom he was operating. The contents from the collection had been a number of dances and a smattering of preludes and fantasias. …

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Johann Vierdanck

This German organist also played the violin and cornet. Like a youngsters he was a choirboy in the Dresden Hofkapelle and between 1630 and 1631 he was an instrumentalist in the Hofkapelle. While offering in the Gustrow courtroom Vierdanck could happen to be Lubeck and Copenhagen and in 1635, until …

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Christopher Simpson

Christopher Simpson was an integral figure among British composers of the first Baroque as well as the most respectable theorist of his time. Delivered between 1602 and 1606 to a catholic category of stars, most likely in Egton, Simpson isn’t heard from once again until 1643, when he’s discovered fighting …

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