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Thomas Adams II

Blessed in 1785, Adams was an British organist and composer who gained popularity as a professional improviser. His many compositions usually consist of intricately contrapuntal areas. Being a performer, Adam was praised for his capability to use the complete sonic potential from the organ. He passed away in 1858.

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Frédéric Kalkbrenner

Friedrich Wilhelm Michael Kassel, to provide his complete and un-Frenchified name, was among several exceptional demon pianists who flourished, mainly around Paris, in the first handful of decades from the Intimate era in music. He had written a large level of music, mainly flashy plus some of which continues to …

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Bernard de Bury

French composer who was simply well-liked by Marie-Antoinette and finally enobled by Louis XVI. He made up not merely for the Paris Opera also for the dauphin’s wedding ceremony and additional festive events. Bury’s compositions had been praised for his or her modernity, agreeble melodies, and simplicity for the dance. …

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