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Carlo Zuccari

A talented Italian violinist Zuccari founded a college in Milan where he previously settled in 1736. He participated with Sammartini in the academy kept at Collegio dei Nobili, 1741. In 1760 Zuccari is at London using the Italian opera orchestra. It is now time when his “Accurate Approach to Playing …

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Jose Antonio Seixas

Portuguese author of harpsichord sonatas, modern of Domenico Scarlatti. Seixas is well known for his extremely animated keyboard composing in the essential idiom of that time period.

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Giovanni Battista Pescetti

Pescetti studied music with Lotti who was simply the organist in St. Mark’s in Venice. Lotti was also an opera composer and Galuppi, whom Pescetti collaborated with, was also among Lotti’s learners. Composing a mass which impressed Hasse from the Viennese courtroom, Pescetti was asked to provide operas that have …

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Giovanni Andrea Fioroni

Leo was his instructor in Naples for 15 years and in 1747 Fioroni became the expert from the chapel in Milan. Judges for your competition included Martini and Perti. While in Milan, where he spent the others of his existence, Fioroni served for several different Cathedrals. The worth of his …

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Gottfried Keller

With Purcell and Battista, Keller was likely to have taught keyboard in the proposed Royal Academy. He was among the many international musicians who resolved in England at the moment, the past due seventeenth hundred years, and left only one time, 1694, to go to Holland. Keller would frequently perform …

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