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Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart

This German composer, musician and poet is noted more for his writing on music and criticisms of artists and music than for his compositions. He offered both in the Wurtemberg courtroom as well as the Stuttgart courtroom displaced by a decade in jail for insulting a duke’s mistress. His liede …

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Jakub Golabek

Little information could be discerned concerning this singer and composers early existence. The first mention of him is at 1766 when he was wedded in Krakow and later on when he became the composer for The Wawel Cathedral Choir (c.1774). His compositions included people, evening solutions, cantatas and symphonies. Golabek …

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Friedrich Wilhelm Rust

F.W. Corrosion was the patriarch of the prominent category of German music artists. He was a renowned violinist and able pianist. Indicative of his virtuosity for the violin are his compositions for your instrument needing great specialized articulation. Rust researched violin and key pad with Muller, violin with Benda and …

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