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John Camidge

The Camidge family held the positioning of organist at York Minster for an interval of 103 years. John was the original relation to hold the positioning in 1756. He made up several anthems which remain in use aswell as “Six Easy Lessons for the Harpsichord”. This could become that John …

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Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki

Grzegorz Gerwazy Gorczycki was a priest, cathedral musician, and composer who lived and worked in Poland through the later area of the Baroque period. A lot of Gorczycki’s compositions are illustrative of his function as a cathedral musician. Although he will seem to possess written some solely instrumental functions, these …

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Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet-Charpentier

Charpentier, an addition to the Beauvarlet sir name, was utilized by Jean-Jacques in the publication of his compositions. He was a talented organist whose most worthwhile compositions had been sonatas for harpsichord and piano backed by violins. He previously an ability using the traditional design both through contrived tensions via …

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Gottfried Reiche

Though Reiche isn’t known for his compositional productions he wrote several trumpet sonatas in five parts. “Vier und zwantig neue Quatricinia” was compiled by Reiche in 1696 furthermore to his have scored works. He kept the post of Kunstgeiger in 1700, town piper in 1706 and mature town piper in …

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Nicolas Bernier

Bernier’s most significant music treatise was the “Concepts of Structure of/by Bernier”. He had not been concerned a lot with harmonic inversions or questioning; rather, he emphasized strategies as well as the need for the horizontal lines with the building blocks from the vertical range structured upon the partnership of …

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