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Georg Friedrich Kauffmann

Kauffmann was possibly the best German modern of J.S.Bach. He researched key pad music with Buttstett in Erfurt and key pad and structure with Alberti in Merseberg. In 1698 he was Alberti’s second as cathedral organist because of a debilitating problems for Alberti’s right hands. In 1710 Kauffmann became the …

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Christian Gotthilf Tag

Homilius assisted Label in finding a scholarship towards the Kreuzschule in Dresden. Label researched there for six years learning to be a Kantor and schoolteacher. His status as both an organist and Kantor had been deserved and needed. In his composing of significant amounts of Kantorenmusik, Label set several cantatas …

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Johann Gottfried Eckard

A German pianist and composer who took his early lessons in the “Versuch” of C. P. E. Bach. He was taken up to Paris with the piano manufacturer Johann A. Stein. Eckard applied piano in his free time and quickly created his technique and simple playing. He performed extremely effectively …

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