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Anton Eberl

Pianist and composer Eberl might have been students of Mozart. His 1st stage work, non-e which survive, was praised by Gluck. The compositions by Eberl demonstrate an enthusiastic knowing of the Classical moderate and easily could be regarded as prototypical Passionate music. Several Eberl’s piano compositions had been often related …

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Elisabetta de Gambarini

Possibly students of Geminiani, Gambarini brought great skill towards the presentation from the oratorio. Her vocal range was indicative of the mezzo further indicated by her performing of the next soprano part in Handel’s “Periodic Oratory”; she sang the component in its premiere overall performance. She also sang in “Judas …

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Joseph Leopold Eybler

Joseph and Michael Haydn were this composer’s distant cousins. He’s known to been employed by with, respected and continuing a life-long a friendly relationship with Mozart (1787 until Mozart’s loss of life) whose “Requiem” Eybler was commissioned to complete. (This obviously he didn’t accomplish; he was just in a position …

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Friedrich Heinrich Himmel

A student from the organist Klaus, and later on a theology college student in Halle, Himmel spent the majority of his period in the piano in the lecture theatre. He continued to be a steward and preferred from the royal family members upon his see by Friedrich Wilhelm II who …

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John Hebden

The compositions by this British composer included six solos for flute and bass cello and six concertos for violin, viola, violin cello, and bass cello. He might have already been playing the bassoon in London around 1744 and was regarded as a virtuoso cellist and bassoonist around 1750. These compositions …

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Frédéric Nicolas Duvernoy

The primary French horn player of his time, this teacher and composer was a favorite of Napoleon, appointed the first horn for the imperial chapel, and retained this position through the reigns of Louis XVIII and Charles X. Duvernoy, sidetracked by the thought of two horn divisions — cor alto, …

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Ferdinand den aldre Zellbell

This Swedish musician was an organist who played the harpsichord and string bass exceptionally well. He had not been only an associate from the Royal Chapel but was the organist on the Storkyrkan. Zellbell was a music instructor whose compositions had been adequate but extremely methodical and repetitious. He offered …

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