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Abraham van den Kerckhoven

The sources to Kerckhoven begin in 1633 when he became the organist of Ste Catherine in Brussels. Kerll still left in 1648 and Abraham got his place as organist for Archduke Leopold Wilhelm of Austria. He became the initial organist by 1659 and kept the positioning until at least 1673 …

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Sebastian Ertl

This composer served at a monastery in Garsten as well as perhaps at a monastery in Weilhenstephan having been admitted towards the Benedictine order. Ertl’s phoning also got him to Styria and finally back again to Garsten. When Ertl dwelled in Garsten he made up music for the choirboys; it …

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Joan Cererols

A Spanish author of public, psalms, hymns, and canticles. His advantages in the framework of composition had been most obvious in functions for dual choruses having a few placements for single voices. He contrasted items through a singluar followed tone of voice against interrelated voices. The characterisics of Cererols’ that …

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John Farrant

There have been three John Farrant’s in the vicinity or service of Salisbury Cathedral which is difficult to tell apart between your three. Two sacred music and a brief Service are related to among the Farrants; the music is quite like the music of Richard perhaps a relationship. The positions …

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