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Giovanni Maria Nanino

Nanino was probably students of Palestrina when Palestrina was in St. Maria Maggiore in the 1560s. He offered as choirmaster at St. Luigi dei Francesi in the late 1560s and in addition was an associate from the papal choir. Nanino was a gifted instructor who trained the youngster sopranos from …

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Phillip F. Böddecker

A composer who wrote sonatas for violin, basoon, eight sacred concertos, chapel items and a discourse on “basso continuo”. Boddecker was a bassonist and organist who was simply in a position to communicate in vocal music a feeling of the written text through his set up and design, and, effectively …

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