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Salvatore Lanzetti

A student from the Conservatory in Naples, Lanzetti dedicated himself towards the cello and composition. He was operating to the courtroom chapel in Lucca also to Vittorio Amedeo II in Turin. The post at Turin was preserved by Lanzetti despite the fact that he made comprehensive tours in European countries. …

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Bernardo Pasquini

Pasquini was among the foremost key pad impresarios of his period. His compositions ranged from operas, oratorios, cantatas, motets, and arias to suites, toccatas, variants and sonatas. A possible pupil of Cesti, Pasquini continued to teach learners from many elements of European countries including Domenico Scarlatti. His key pad compositions …

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Karl Leopold Röllig

Rollig served mainly because the director from the Ackermann theatrical business in Hamburg from 1764 to 1769 and from 1771 until 1772. The device of his choice was the cup harmonica with which he toured in Germany showing up at least in Hamburg and Berlin. Rollig was worried about improving …

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