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Henry Purcell

As England’s greatest author of the Baroque, Henry Purcell was dubbed the “Orpheus Britannicus” for his capability to combine pungent British counterpoint with expressive, flexible, and dramatic phrase configurations. While he do compose instrumental music, like the essential viol fantasias, almost all his output is at the vocal/choral world. His …

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