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Joseph Lederer

Nearly all Lederer’s compositions include operettas and musical comedies. They were created primarily for the fitness center in the monastery he became a member of (Augustinian, Zu den Wengen) after his primary education in Ulm. The librettos for these functions were compiled by Lederer himself and sometimes these were performed …

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Tommaso Giordani

Although given birth to in Naples this operatic composer spent the majority of his amount of time in the United kingdom Isles. Touring along with his father’s opera firm in London he provided his initial opera in 1756. Between 1768 and 1783 he remianed in London composing three operas and …

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Thomas Sanders Dupuis

A author of sacred and secular music including vocal chants, solutions, anthems, tracks and instrumental concertos, sonatas, duets, and voluntaries. Some regarded as Dupuis to be always a excellent organist illustrated by the actual fact that he changed Boyce as the organist and author of the Royal Chapel, received the …

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