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John Reading

As an organist for Dulwich University and St. John’s in Hackney Reading was known for his skill and flexibility. His playing way, however, was as well light for worship providers at Hackney. He was dismissed and eventually gained work in London on the mixed churches of St. Mary Woolnoth and …

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Wilhelm Hieronymus Pachelbel

Johann Pachelbel was the daddy of Wilhelm, the eldest child. The second option was a German composer and organist who kept positions at Furth, Erfurt and in addition at Nuremberg. Like a composer his primary contributions were body organ works and additional scores for key pad instruments. It isn’t surprising …

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János Bihari

A Hungarian violinist and composer who cannot go through nor write music. [How then your kudo of composer?] Bihari was a expert of the device which he performed. He could synthesize folk and gypsie melodies in that manner concerning make sure they are palatable not merely for the normal people …

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Matthew Camidge

Matthew Camidge was a well-known regional musician in North England, well-known for his body organ playing and performing oratorios. His compositions are solid in workmanship though quite traditional. His parents had been John and Elizabeth Camidge. John have been organist at York Minster since 1756, and offered Matthew, the 6th …

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