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Joan Cererols

A Spanish author of public, psalms, hymns, and canticles. His advantages in the framework of composition had been most obvious in functions for dual choruses having a few placements for single voices. He contrasted items through a singluar followed tone of voice against interrelated voices. The characterisics of Cererols’ that …

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Diogenio Bigaglia

This Benedictine monk who was simply also an Italian composer wrote several oratorios wich were performed in Bologna, Rimini, Faenza and Venice. However, the majority of his oratorios have already been lost. The styles of Bigaglia’s function include oratorios, public, motets, cantatas, sonatas, and concertos.

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