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Erik Gustaf Geijer

Geijer had not been a specialist musician but had an excellent impact in Sweden in the arenas of viewpoint and theology. His musical compositions and passions included the variety of Swedish folk tunes, Romantic styles and the fantastic Classical composers. These passions are exhibited in his varied structures and varieties …

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Johann Nepomuk Poissl

Taking on permanent residence in Munich in 1805, Poissl got to hold back until he was forty years before finding a long lasting appointment using the Munich Opera which he was so fond. In 1823 he attained the positioning of helper superintendent of courtroom music. The majority of his operas …

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Ignaz Holzbauer

Holzbauer was generally a self-taught musician learning from the functions of Fux, particularly “Gradus advertisement Parnassum.” Musical schooling was also pursued by Holzbauer through the learners of St Stephen’s where he searched for instruction for performing, and playing the violin, cello and piano. He traveled from Vienna to Venice and …

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Justus J. Friedrich Dotzauer

German composer and cello participant who was simply a pupil of Henschkel, Gleichmann, Ruttinger, Kriegck and Romberg. Visits for Dotzauer originated from Meiningen and Dresden. He trained Kummer, Dreschsler and published the opera “Graziosa,” a symphony, orchestral items, overtures, quartets and several functions for cello including cello concertos.

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James Nares

Nares was an British composer, instructor and organist. He examined under Gates on the Chapel Royal being a chorister and finally replaced his previous instructor. Nares was an organist of York Minster for 21 years old years as well as the organist for the Chapel Royal soon before getting his …

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Gaspard Fritz

Italian tastes were indicative from the performance and compositional design of Fritz. His violin playing was generally well-recieved however the definitive Italian impact provided a distraction for his market. Teaching was his primary vocation but he performed on occasion in the house of Voltaire aswell such as Paris. Virtuostic in …

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