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Giulio Taglietti

A talented violinist, composer and instructor, Taglietti was mostly of the Italian instrumental composers of the first eighteenth hundred years. He trained for the Jesuits in Brescia from 1702, if not really before, and will be contained in the business of Corelli and his sibling Luigi. These composers had been …

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Daniel Purcell

Overshadowed by his famous brother, Henry Purcell, Daniel Purcell ( c. 1664-1717) was even so a significant composer whose functions include cantatas, odes, anthems, and incidental music for has. Delivered in London, Purcell became organist of Magdalen University, Oxford, around 1690. He came back to London after his brother’s loss …

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Thomas Brewer

Brewer composed several fantasies particularly for his device the viol. He also published several songs within the use of Sir Nicholas Lestrange. “Change, Amaryllis, to thy swain” was among Brewer’s most well-known tunes as was “O that mine eye”. Several later sources used the latter track for decorative variance.

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Johann Sigismund Kusser

Though of Hungarian descent, Kusser was primarily active in Germany. He also worked well in Britain and Ireland. He was luckily enough to possess analyzed with Lully in Paris and by 1682 he was teaching the violinists in the Ansbach courtroom to try out in the French design. As opera …

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Sebastián Durón

Sebastian was an organist and composer who secured positions at Seville Cathedral, Burgo de Osma, as well as the royal chapel in Madrid; then relocated to Bayonne, France through the battle of Spanish succession. His popularity like a composer is usually noted, not merely for innovative techiniques, also for the …

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Giovanni Battiste Degli Antoni

Organist and composer who was simply praised for his taking part in abilities. Degli published instrumental chamber music and functions for the body organ. His “Ricercate Opus 1” was for single cello and was essential in the introduction of single cello music. An feature of Degli’s music was the complexification …

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