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Bernardo Pasquini

Pasquini was among the foremost key pad impresarios of his period. His compositions ranged from operas, oratorios, cantatas, motets, and arias to suites, toccatas, variants and sonatas. A possible pupil of Cesti, Pasquini continued to teach learners from many elements of European countries including Domenico Scarlatti. His key pad compositions …

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Johann Degen

Like a composer and organist Degen served both at St. Martin and Bamberg until his loss of life. Degen made up a hymnbook for Bamberg and a establishing from the founding of Bamberg predicated on the tales of its patron saints. The Degen hymnal was the 1st German Catholic hymnody …

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