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François-Joseph Naderman

Jean-Francois-Joseph was probably the most famous and successful person in this category of music artists from Paris. He researched and perfected the harp with Krumpholtz and was regarded as a virtuoso both in and from France. Naderman made up several items for the harp including sonatas, concertos, etudes and single …

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Vincent Novello

Having examined the organ with Samuel Webbe, Novello’s instructor was instrumental in obtaining a scheduled appointment for him as organist for the Portuguese Embassy chapel, a posture which he kept from age seventeen for 25 years. While operating towards the Embassy Novello acquired the choir perform public by Mozart and …

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Louis-François Dauprat

A horn participant from France who was simply the winner from the 1st “leading prix” for any horn participant. Dauprat journeyed with military rings before completing his research at the Country wide Institute of Music (which experienced by this time around end up being the Conservatoire). As an associate professor …

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Johann Siebenkas

Although Siebenkas was a fantastic organist he didn’t become 1st organist at St. Sebald’s in Nuremberg until 1774, quite past due in his existence. He is regarded as the last from the aged Nuremberg school as well as the conventions and customs from the organists and Kantors of the town …

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Anton Zimmerman

The main and influential post that Austrian composer held was as the composer to Count Joseph Batthyany the Archbishop of Hungary. He kept this placement for a short while, from 1776 until his loss of life. As the 1st violinist he carried out from his seat carrying out instrumental secular …

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