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Cornelius Heinrich Dretzel

A possible pupil of Pachelbel’s eldest son, Cornelius played the organ and was also a composer and musicographer. Dretzel was appointed at Frauenkirche and researched with J. S. Bach in Weimar. Key pad counterpoints and fugues had been his forte having completely emersed himself in the functions of Bach. Dretzel’s …

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Nicolas Isouard

Isouard was created in Malta and assumed the name of Nicolo de Malte to safeguard his mercantile family members from losing business (his dad was against his research of music). Isouard examined with Pin, Michel-Ange Vella, Azzopardi and Amendola and he received some extremely practical assistance from Guglielmi aswell. His …

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