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Jean-Pierre Guignon

Like a violinist Guignon surpassed the executing abilities of such virtuosos as Anet, Leclair, Mondonville, and Guillemain. His compositions, dominated by instrumental sonatas (some concertos, symphonies and variants), had been substandard weighed against the functions of these violinists. He made an appearance in a number of concerts, as do several …

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Antal György Csermák

At that time when nationalism was developing in Europe so was the potential and guarantee of the Hungarian violinist and composer. His early profession brought him to Hungary from Bohemia (through Venice) also to the metropolitan areas of Infestations and Buda. Csermak was built with a scintillating method of the …

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