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Alessandro Besozzi

Most likely the patriarch from the Italian category of musicians noted because of their oboe playing and composition. The family members offered in Italian courts such as for example Parma and Milan aswell such as Dresden, Paris nd London. Alessandro constructed the opera “Antemio in Roma” with Erba and Battistino. …

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Jean-Pierre Guignon

Like a violinist Guignon surpassed the executing abilities of such virtuosos as Anet, Leclair, Mondonville, and Guillemain. His compositions, dominated by instrumental sonatas (some concertos, symphonies and variants), had been substandard weighed against the functions of these violinists. He made an appearance in a number of concerts, as do several …

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Nicolas-Antoine Lebègue

If the amount of reprints of the composers music are indicative of his/her reputation after that Lebegue was a prominent keyboard artist. The just positions he was recognized to have contain a long lasting organist placement at St Merry’s in Paris (1664) and an organist from the ruler (1678). Lebegue …

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