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Guillaume Gabriel Nivers

The two most significant works out of this MA recipient from Paris University in 1661 are “Livers d’orgue” and “Traite de la composition.” The previous work founded the foundations from the French body organ school during past due seventeenth century as well as the second option addressed theoretical issues coping …

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Johann Siebenkas

Although Siebenkas was a fantastic organist he didn’t become 1st organist at St. Sebald’s in Nuremberg until 1774, quite past due in his existence. He is regarded as the last from the aged Nuremberg school as well as the conventions and customs from the organists and Kantors of the town …

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Per Brant

Not much is well known concerning this Swedish composers abilities or creation. Much of the job related to him may actually end up being that of his teacher’s, J. H. Roman. Only 1 song could be definitively granted towards the hands of Brant. His most noteworthy fulfillment was the coordination …

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