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William Turner

Turner was operating like a chorister in Christ Chapel, Oxford. With Humphrey and Blow he made up “I’ll always give thanks a lot” that was a golf club track. He also offered at Lincoln Cathedral and finally became a Gentleman from the Chapel and continued to be in that capability …

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Guillaume Lasceux

At age eighteen Lasceux had been an organist in the village of Chevreuse. Afterwards he visited Paris and examined with Charles Noblet the harpsichordist from the Opera. He kept the positioning of a supplementary organist to Claude-Nicholas Ingrain at St Etienne-du-Mont and concurrently kept organist content with Mathurins, St Aure, …

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Ernst Eichner

Composer, bassoonist and violinist who all probably learned music on the Waldeck courtroom. (His wife was Maria Magdelena Ritter most likely from the Mannheim category of music artists.) Eichner travelled to Paris and London where he participated in concerts of J.C. Bach’s compositions. Within the last many years of his …

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