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Ferdinando Bertoni

Bertoni was an Italian author of opera, with an intermittent dramatic function, incidental music, numerous motets plus some oratorios. While not Venetian he offered the courtroom for over 50 years and was regarded with the populace (and in his very own mind’s eyes) to become Venetian. Bertoni’s music was performed …

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William Walond

Walond was the initial composer to create Pope’s “Ode on St. Cecilia’s Day time” in its unique form. He came into the College or university of Oxford in 1757 to acquire his Bachelor of Music level. As well as the aforementioned ode, Walond also made up a couple of six …

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Jean-Joseph Boutmy

The next eldest son of Josse. He performed the body organ and harpsichord and constructed music. Jean-Joseph trained the harpsichord at Ghent and was the organist at St. Baaf Cathedrl. A year or two later he could head to Paris, ultimately getting the organist for the ambassador of Portugal. The …

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