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John Burton

An English author of vocal works — 12 canzonetts – and instrumental scores including 16 sonatas and a concerto. It had been believed that Burton was the 1st Englishman to hire the term “harpsichord” in the name of 1 of his functions (“Ten Sonatas for the Harpsichord, Body organ or …

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Sébastien de Brossard

Brossard didn’t have very much formal schooling but was, even so, a composer, theorist and lute participant. He was a priest at Notre Dame and constructed several sacred functions, notably motets, oratorios, public, and cantatas. (Ahead of this he previously composed several chansons and airs aswell.) He wrote several treatises …

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Capel Bond

An British composer and organist who was simply the organist at St. Michaels and everything Trinity in Coventry, and, Holy Trinity at a later time. Any placement which Bond kept, he pursued with difference and both St. Michaels and Holy Trinity had been his until loss of life. Bond was …

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Henricus Albicastro

Henricus Albicastro can be referred to as Heinrich Weissenburg and Johannes Hendrik Weysenbergh, Viennensis. He’s regarded as a Swiss composer and violinist who resided in Holland. It really is apparent at least that he was signed up for the School of Leiden (1681) and most likely lived some time in …

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William Hine

When Hine was a chorister at Magdelen University he served being a clerk. He visited London and researched with Jeremiah Clarke quickly thereafter learning to be a deputy to Stephen Jeffries using the guarantee that Hine would end up being the organist. When Jeffries passed away Hine acceded to the …

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Joseph Bernard Merchi

The Merchi brothers, Joseph and Giacomo, were active composers and performers in France. These were renowned for his or her performances around the colascione, acoustic guitar, mandolin and lute. In 1752 they offered five performnces in Frankfurt am Primary and in 1753 offered a performance in the Concert Spirituel in …

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Jean Baptiste Senaillé

Pursuing in his father’s “footsteps” as an associate of the 24 Violons du Roi, Senaille was appointed in 1713 going for a brief break to go to Italy and rejoining the “Violins from the Ruler” in 1720. His main contribution to music, apart from his violin playing, was his structure …

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Józef Kobierkowicz

This Polish composer and organist wrote several pastorelles particularly regarding themes of Christmas. His pastorelles had been most often constructed over texts coping with the tales from the shepherds. Stylistically basic Kobierkowicz’s music utilized the usage of echos, dialogues and parallel thirds. In the past due Baroque amount of music …

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