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Joseph Schuster

This German composer who scored stage successes for Naples, Venice and Dresden wrote in several genres; excepting the operas, these included oratorios, public, sacred and secular tracks, and functions for the pianoforte. He was students of his dad, the composer J.G. Schurer, Padre Martini, and Pera. His initial opera was …

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William Shield

The violin was Shield’s instrument of preference the playing which he was quite accomplished. At age 25 he was an associate from the King’s Haymarket Theater as an associate from the violins but became the first choice from the violas. It had been not really until the age group of …

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Jacques Loeillet

Jacques Loeillet (1685-1748), younger sibling of Jean-Baptiste Loeillet of London, was an oboist and composer. Created in Ghent, he offered the Elector of Bavaria (who was simply residing in holland) as an oboist. In 1726, when the Elector came back to Munich, Loeillet adopted him. He later on offered Louis …

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David Kellner

Kellner’s main contribution towards the music corpus was “Truelicher Unterricht im General-Bass” published in 1732. The treatise was very popular and proceeded to go into editions as past due as 1796 having been translated into Swedish and Dutch. His explanations had been succinct and significantly less than one hundred web …

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