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George Kirbye

Being a madrigalian composer Kirbye was a lot more than an artisan but significantly less than a forward thinking genius; he was at least a sophisticated craftsman. The musical efforts he designed to England’s musical corpus included not merely maddrigals but also instrumnetal viol music and psalms. “With angels encounter” …

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Johann Staden

This German organist had been becoming celebrated for his technical proficiency and abilities for the organ at age eighteen. This led him towards the assistance of Margrave Christian at his courtroom in Beyreuth. Upon the come back of the courtroom to Nuremberg Staden became the organist for the Spitalkirche in …

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Clamor Heinrich Abel

Created in Hünnefeld, in 1634, Clamor Heinrich Abel was a composer, organist, and bass viol performer. Energetic in Celle and Hannover, he founded himself in Bremen in 1694. His compositions consist of Erstlinge musikalischer Blumen, a collection collection including fifty-nine items. Abel passed away in 1696.

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Nathaniel Giles

Both an organist and choir professional, Giles succeeded Colan as the Master from the Choristers at Worcester Cathedral. He kept the positioning of organist at St. George’s Chapel in Windsor in 1585 until his loss of life alongside the placement of Gentleman and Professional of the kids from the Chapel …

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