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Daniel Speer

There isn’t much information in Daniel Speer’s early lifestyle. He was orphaned at age eight and there is absolutely no record of him until two decades afterwards. Speer spent a lot of this time journeying throughout south eastern European countries gathering significant amounts of details on practical areas of music. …

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Esaias Reusner

Reusner was a significant shape in German lute structure through the middle of the seventeenth hundred years; the past due Renaissance and Early Baroque. He worked well in Silesia prior to going to Berlin in 1674 getting the lutenist for the electoral courtroom. Reusner made up two quantities of instrumental …

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Léonard Hodemont

Students at Liege Cathedral who was simply a mature “duodenus,” pupil at Louvain School, cannon at Liege Cathedral and afterwards St Materne, Liege, and lastly the maitre de chant for the Cathedral. Hodemont constructed motets and other styles of sacred music. Using one event he composed a bit for eight …

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