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Gioacchino Cocchi

An Italian author of opera, oratorios, vocal chamber music and cantatas, and minuets for instrumental performances. Most likely created in Padua, Cocchi kept positions in Venice, London (where he fulfilled The Mozarts — Carlisle Home — and was changed by J. C. Bach — The Haymarket Theater), as soon as …

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Charles-François Clément

A French composer, arranger and theorist who transposed the music of Pergolisi and was very well familiar with Forqueray, Rosa Baletti and Casanova. Clement made up functions for the stage including comic operas, key pad sonatas and cantatilles. Features of Clement’s sonatas consist of constantly shifting multi-layered lines, and a …

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Bernard de Bury

French composer who was simply well-liked by Marie-Antoinette and finally enobled by Louis XVI. He made up not merely for the Paris Opera also for the dauphin’s wedding ceremony and additional festive events. Bury’s compositions had been praised for his or her modernity, agreeble melodies, and simplicity for the dance. …

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