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André Raison

This French organist and teacher served the abbey of Ste. Genevieve at Nanterre and was the organist from the abbey at Ste. Genevieve in Paris from 1666. One of is own college students was Clerambault who devoted his first functions for the body organ to Raison. The 1st level of …

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John Hawkins

Among this musicographer and music historians friends were Georg Frideric Handel and John Stanley. As a lawyer in London he proved helpful among the musical and literary echelon. Besides composing on music background Hawkins also possessed a significant assortment of music and treatises on music. “AN OVER-ALL Background of the …

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Vincenzo Ciampi

Ciampi was an Italian operatic composer who all also wrote arias, oratorios, public and instrumental functions that included sonatas, concertos, and overtures. His music mixed the Baroque and courtly designs through the use of “brief” epithets of Baroque passages placed in to the music. Ciampi’s vocal music included noteworthy initiatives …

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Giacomo Battistini

Giacomo was a maestro of performing in Novara and completely rejuvenated the corpus of music performed in the cathedral; he achieved this by changing it. The kept in mind functions of Giacomo Battistini consist of “Motetti sacri,” and “Armonie sagre.” He aslo made up items contrasting the single voices using …

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