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Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach

Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst (W.F.E.) Bach was the last musical scion of the fantastic Bach category of central Germany. Throughout their great times, their section of Germany, Thuringia, was divided among many little politics divisions, ruled variously by small princes, dukes, matters, and so on. They each got a musical establishment …

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Johann Christian Friedrich Haeffner

A singing instructor, organist, conductor and author of German delivery who settled in Stockholm by 1781. He was an body organ pupil of Vierling and a tone of voice pupil of Hiller and was trained in the custom made of Bach. In Stockholm he became the chapel organist for the …

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António Teixeira

Teixeira could research in Rome from around 1717 until 1728. He retunred house to Lisbon and offered in the Lisbon Patriarchal Cathedral. Compositions by Teixeira included a cantata, “Gli sposi fortunati,” a twenty tone of voice “Te Deum,” and two public, psalms, Lamentations and an a capella motet also have …

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Gervais-François Couperin

The Frenchman, Gervais-Francois Couperin overran the many positions held by his father upon Armand-Louis’ death. During Gervais’ life nevertheless, financial socio-political pushes hindered the continuing support of the “dependencies.” (The French Trend and Recovery both happened during his life time.) A number of the areas were demolished while Gervais attempted …

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