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Jean-Baptiste Loeillet (of London)

Jean-Baptiste Loeillet (1680 – 1730), also called John Loeillet of London, gained popularity as a author of elegant instrumental functions, such as trio sonatas for recorder and oboe, sonatas for recorder, trio sonatas for just two flutes, and trio sonatas for just two violins. Created in Ghent, right into a …

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Petronio Franceschini

Students of both Perti and Corsi (he later on taught Giacomo Perti, Lorenzo Perti’s nephew who became an accomplished operatic composer) Petronio was among the 1st members to become listed on the Bolognese Philharmonic Academy. He was known for his operas early and acceded to the positioning of cellist at …

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Giuseppe Porsile

Porsile’s profession in musical assistance was spent in close regards to the Hapsburg courtroom. He was students of Giordano, Ursino and Greco getting his first visit as the associate master from the chapel for the Spaniards in Naples. Charles II summoned him to Barcelona to arrange the music and after …

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John Isham

As an organist Isham held several positions including deputy to Croft in London, organist of St. Anne’s, Soho, St. Andrew’s, Holborn, and St. Margaret’s, Westminster. He was a graduate of Oxford having a Bachelors in Music and made up several anthems two which were within Croft’s “Divine Tranquility.” With William …

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Giuseppe Valentini

This Italian composer, violinist and composer might have been students of Corelli in Rome. A lot of Valentini’s early functions focus on Corelli and the ones composers connected with him in Rome during this time period. Service arrived for him with Prince Francesco Maria Ruspoli between 1708 and 1713 and …

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Nikolay Diletsky

From 1678 until his loss of life Diletsky lived in Moscow. Ahead of this he resided in the Ukraine, examined in Poland and briefly resided in Smolensk. Being a composer and musicographer Diletsky composed a treatise entitled “Musikiskaya Grammatika” which illustrated a good deal about Russian music. In the torso …

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François Roberday

Roberday served for a short while while an organist to Anne of Austria, Louis XIV’s mom, and Queen Marie-Therese. His just extant functions are within “Fugues, et caprices, a quatre celebrations.” They are nine fugues, seven which were accompanied by caprices. The functions are extremely derivative taking recognized styles from …

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Luke Flintoft

A Bachelor of Arts in Music was bestowed upon Luke Flintoft in 1700. He was a composer and chorister but probably a member from the chorus who was simply not necessary to sing. Having been buried at Westminster Abbey it really is known that Flintoft was at least a canon. …

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Louis-Antoine Dornel

Organist and composer who was simply appointed cathedral organist in Ste Madeleine-en-la-Cite Paris more than Rameau. Several vital acclaims are referenced to Dornel in the “Mercure de France” for his motets — non-e of which possess survived. Various other compositions that are extant consist of instrumental compositions, violin sonatas, flute …

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