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Stepan Ivanovich Davïdov

Sarti was Davidov’s initial important music trainer. On the St. Petersburg Crisis School he trained singing and constructed music for the stage. Although he had written some sacred functions his power was within the operatic compositions. The usage of Russian folk music in his functions is an obvious sign of …

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Maxim Berezovsky

This Russian tenor and composer studied in Kiev and sang in St. Petersburg with education in both tone of voice and structure by Galuppi. He also examined structure in Italy; quickly thereafter, Berezovsky constructed the opera “Demofoonte” that was performed in Italy. That is of particular be aware because Berezovskys’ …

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János Fusz

Fusz won early repute seeing that an organist and pianist having taught piano in Tolna before Pozsony. He constructed his first opera “Pyramus ha sido Thisbe” while in Pozsony whereupon he transferred to Vienna to review with Albrechtsberger. Vacationing between Vienna and Pozsony, Fusz constructed several operas and melodramas including …

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Ernst Eichner

Composer, bassoonist and violinist who all probably learned music on the Waldeck courtroom. (His wife was Maria Magdelena Ritter most likely from the Mannheim category of music artists.) Eichner travelled to Paris and London where he participated in concerts of J.C. Bach’s compositions. Within the last many years of his …

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William Russell

Before his entrance into Magdalen Hall at Oxford for his Bachelors degree, Russell had recently been the student of Cope, Shrubsole, Groombridge, Hackney and Arnold. Russell experienced also been used as the organist at St. Anne’s Limehouse as well as the pianist and composer for Sadler’s Wells Theater. His structure …

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