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Carlo Coccia

An Italian operatic composer who was simply students of Casella, Valente, Fenaroli and Paisiello. Coccia had not been molded right into a parrott of Paisiello — that was usually the case for his pupils — and was set alongside the loves of Mayr. Views of his functions wavered. At his …

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Jean-Joseph Boutmy

The next eldest son of Josse. He performed the body organ and harpsichord and constructed music. Jean-Joseph trained the harpsichord at Ghent and was the organist at St. Baaf Cathedrl. A year or two later he could head to Paris, ultimately getting the organist for the ambassador of Portugal. The …

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John Burton

An English author of vocal works — 12 canzonetts – and instrumental scores including 16 sonatas and a concerto. It had been believed that Burton was the 1st Englishman to hire the term “harpsichord” in the name of 1 of his functions (“Ten Sonatas for the Harpsichord, Body organ or …

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