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Domenico Sarro

Though not really a terribly famous composer out of Naples, Sarro was among the first important composers to build up in the Neapolitan Conservatories in the eighteenth hundred years. He examined at S. Onofrio from age six or seven when he found its way to Naples. “L’opera d’amore” was his …

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Richard Jones

British violinist and composer Richard Jones is certainly first noticed from through the publication in 1720 of his single cantata “Even though in a pleasant rurall seat.” By 1723, chances are he had started his association using the orchestra from the Drury Street Movie theater in London, as his today …

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Francesco Petrini

Inside the Petrini category of harpists and composers, Francesco was possibly the most talented. He examined with his dad and surpassed him quickly. Petrini offered being a chamber musician in the Mecklenburg-Schwerin courtroom in 1765 and in 1769 he visited Paris. While in Paris Petrini produced his debut on the …

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