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Johann Erasmus Kindermann

Kindermann was students of Johann Staden though he didn’t follow his teacher’s approach to prepared dissonances in melodic design. The key teacher-pupil custom that was were only available in Nuremberg with Staden continuing through Kindermann and his pupils Schwemmer and Wecker who after that trained Krieger and Pachelbel. He was …

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Jacques de Saint-Luc

Saint-Luc was a lute and theorbo participant who was on the Brussels courtroom from 1639, and an associate from the Royal Chapel from 1673 until in least 1684. His compositions had been praised by Huygens but known of his functions are regarded as extant. Saint-Luc was present for and performed …

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John Hutchinson

Given enough time frame where Hutchinson lived, chances are that he constructed music for choral functions & most certainly the organ. He was an organist of Southwell Minster and most likely visited the York Minster in 1634. Music related to him included complete anthems and versed anthems.

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Gregorio Huet (Howett)

In 1590 Gregorio took a posture in the court in Wolfenbuttel being a lutenist. The courtroom believed well of Huet the `luytslager’ due to his skills and amicability. In 1597 he previously constructed his “The Initial Book of Tracks or Ayres” and with various other musicians traveled towards the courtroom …

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Cornelis Schuyt

Learning the organ along with his pops and being successful him in the Pieterskerk, Schuyt’s compositions and playing had been highly lauded. He’s regarded as the best madrigalist and organist in the annals of Leiden despite the fact that his compositions reveal a definitive Italian impact obtained type his 3 …

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