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John Hilton

In 1584 John Hilton was a countertenor for Lincoln Cathedral and by 1593 he previously acceded to the positioning of supervising the choristers. Another calendar year Hilton became the organist at Trinity University in Cambridge. The music ascribed to John Hilton The Elder is normally regarded as due to him; …

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Philipp Nicolai

A German theologian who was simply schooled at Erfurt and Wittenberg, Nicolai wrote several theological treatises and many books of poetry. Like a composer his transfer rests with “Der Freudenspiegel des ewigen Lebens,” 1599. Many printings of the devotional works happened until 1674. The functions themselves are dated musically and …

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Vincenzo Bertolusi

This Italian composer and organ player served in the court of Sigismund III in Poland and Christian IV of Denmark. It really is known that he researched in Vienna and made up madrigals and a amount of motets for multiple choirs.

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