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Andrea Lucchesi

Lucchesi was an organist who studied with Matteo, the organist of Motta Cathedral. In his early teenagers he journeyed to Venice where he was considered to possess examined with Gallo or Cocchi, Paolucci and Saratelli. Between 1765 and 1767 Lucchesi constructed his initial operas and an oratorio. He also composed …

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Joseph-Hector Fiocco

Operating under his brother’s path in the royal chapel, Joseph-Hector resigned the post to be master from the chapel in Antwerp Cathedral. Fiocco was an organist, harpsichordist and composer who had written several motets, numerous items for the Cathedral and a assortment of harpsichord functions. The latter includes suites with …

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Johann Jakob Engel

As a teacher of idea and liberal arts, Engel taught both Alexander and Wilhelm von Humboldt. He offered using the Berlin Academy of Sciences and was a co-director from the Country wide Theater at Berlin. Engel’s most important contribution to musical books was as an aesthetician. He likened the objectivity …

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Václav Pichl

Being a Czech pupil of music, Pichl was taught music by Pokorny and counterpoint by Seger at Tyn. He offered in a variety of capacities — mainly being a violinist — in Prague, Milan, and Vienna. Due to his skills being a composer, that he was popular, Pichl produced the …

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Alois Luigi Tomasini

At age sixteen Tomasini was operating towards the Esterhazy court being a manservant. He under no circumstances left the assistance from the Esterhazy family members. It’s possible that he was students of Leopold Mozart while he is at Vienna & most certainly got lessons in structure from Haydn because they …

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Joseph Corfe

A member from the British Corfe’s, music artists from Winchester. Joseph offered in Salisbury as an assitant towards the organist and became the organist in Salisbury from 1792 until 1804. A mentioned singer and instructor he released “A Treatise on Performing,” “The Beauties of Handel,” and “Beauties of Purcell” among …

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Anton Zimmerman

The main and influential post that Austrian composer held was as the composer to Count Joseph Batthyany the Archbishop of Hungary. He kept this placement for a short while, from 1776 until his loss of life. As the 1st violinist he carried out from his seat carrying out instrumental secular …

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