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Gaetano Valeri

After receiving musical instruction from Turini Valeri became the organist at S. Maria del Carmine and S. Agostino. In 1785 he became the organist for Padua Cathedral and in 1805 the get good at from the chapel. The piano functions and trustworthiness of Valeri reveal that he was a fantastic …

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Michele Mascitti

In the forefront of Italian instrumental music, Mascitti was considered much like Corelli and Albinoni. He was trained by his uncle Pietro Marchitelli a violinist. Notably, most of Mascitti’s compositions had been obtained for strings. He could find his lot of money beyond Italy traveling throughout his indigenous nation, Germany …

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Adalbert Dankowski

A Polish composer and violinist whose compositions were known throughout Poland during his life time. Dankowski performed the viol for the German theater (Lwow) and could carry out and compose while portion at Gniezno Cathedral. Inside the universal range of his compositions had been public, requiems, vespers, litanies, motets with …

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Giovanni Francesco Giuliani

This Italian composer wrote several instrumental pieces. Styles contained in the body of his compositions had been symphonies, harpsichord concertos, violin and cello concertos, and three ballets. He was mostly of the Italian composers to produce a living composing instrumental music through the early Classical period. He had researched violin …

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Johann Brandl

This German composer was also students from the piano and voice. He was a movie director for Prince Bartenstein and in addition offered the Bishop of Bruchsal as well as the Archduke of Baden. Brandl’s styles included opera, several symphonies, serenades and quartets.

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Claudio Casciolini

An Italian composer whose works included 3 public, motets, mass motions and additional sacred works. Casciolini was regarded as talented with melodies, counter-top stage and unaccompanied musical forms.

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Jean-François Le Sueur

A musical practitioner prior to the Trend, during the Trend and following the Recovery, Le Sueuer was mostly of the musicians in a position to survive this tumultuous amount of time in France. Although he had not been a prolific composer, his functions and influence continuing, nevertheless meagerly, through his …

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Claude-Joseph Rouget de Lisle

Rouget de Lisle was a poet, violinist and vocalist. This produced him a significant popular physique but he was a dynamic monarchist which brought him imprisonment and disfavor especially through the empire and the time of the repair. While in armed service services he made up “Hymne a la liberte,” …

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