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François-Joseph Fétis

As the son of the organist Fetis discovered to try out the organ aswell as the piano and violin. By 1821 he was a teacher of organ on the Paris Conservatoy and became the librarian there in 1827. Through the years 1827-1833 he founded and edited the musical mag “Revue …

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Philip Antony Corri

The Corri’s were a music category of Italian origin with users in Ireland, the united states, and primarily Britain. Philip helped to market the Philharmonic Culture of London like a vocalist. He was also a composer and instructor. A short while following the establishment from the PSL, Corri migrated to …

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Frantisek Max Kníze

It’s possible that Knize was a pupil of Tomasek; irrespective, the latter’s music significantly affected the compositions from the previous. He held several positions in the theatre and made up several sacred works especially six masses. The main compositions Knize organized were for your guitar and tone of voice. He …

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Thomas Hastings

Hastings is actually identified along with his melody “Toplady” which is currently sung in the hymn “Rock and roll of Age groups.” As an adolescent, Hastings led a town choir, taught performing, and was mixed up in musical culture of Oneida Region. By 1832 he previously moved to NEW YORK …

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Ludwig “Louis” Spohr

A celebrated German violinist and composer whose compositional design is typical from the changeover period between classicism and romanticism. Besides composing thoroughly for the violin, Spohr constructed many operas and symphonies, that have been were very well received in his life time and continue being performed.

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Francesco Morlacchi

Morlacchi began composing music young having studied along with his uncle, L. Mazzetti, and L. Caruso, who was simply the director of the music college in Perugia. His initial compositions had been a mass and an oratorio. Between 1803-04 Morlacchi was learning with Zingarelli and Mattei. Having constructed a cantata, …

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Ferdinand Ries

Ferdinand Ries originated from a type of German music artists from the Rhine area who are traced back again to Johann Ries (1723-1784), a trumpeter in Bonn. His initial kid, Franz Anton Ries (1755-1846), a kid prodigy on violin who thought we would stay in Bonn, was Beethoven’s instructor, and …

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