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Christian Friedrich Daniel Schubart

This German composer, musician and poet is noted more for his writing on music and criticisms of artists and music than for his compositions. He offered both in the Wurtemberg courtroom as well as the Stuttgart courtroom displaced by a decade in jail for insulting a duke’s mistress. His liede …

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Peter Josef von Lindpaintner

He was hailed by Mendelssohn as the best conductor in Germany as well as Berlioz admitted to Lindpainter’s quality and sensitiviy by complimenting his orchestra. (Berlioz seldom left such claims unqualified this laudation included.) Being a violin pupil of Plodterl (on the ripe age group of seven) Lindpainter gained the …

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Giuseppe Demachi

Giuseppe Demachi was an Italian violinist and composer whose birthdate is recorded in the north Italian town of Alessandria in 1732. Initial reference to him as a grown-up does not happen until 1763, when he’s mentioned as 1st violinist in the orchestra owned by the town of Alessandria, but by …

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Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart

Franz Xaver Wolfgang Mozart originated from an illustrious music lineage. His grandfather was Leopold Mozart, who was simply a composer and instructor of music, and his dad was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the best natural skill in musical background and among its ideal geniuses. His mom was Wolfgang’s wife, née Maria …

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Johann August Just

Simply served in the courtroom of William V for some of his lifestyle after learning with Kirnberger (possibly) and Schwindl. He was the music professional towards the Princess Wilhelmina. It’s possible that he visitied London as a few of his compositions released in holland were expeditiously published in England. Nearly …

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Domenico Paradies

An Italian author of operas, cantatas, symphonies, overtures, and keyboard music who lived for a while in London earning a paycheck like a harpsichordist.

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Guillaume Boutmy

The eldest son of Josse Boutmy who was simply the patriarch of the South Netherlands category of music artists. Like his dad, Guillaume was a composer, harpsichordist and organist. He offered in the courtroom from the Prince of Thurn and Taxis where he had not been only an body organ …

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Carl Czerny

Carl Czerny was created to a music family. His dad was Wenzel Czerny, an oboist, organist, vocalist, piano instructor, and piano repairman. The family members was Czech, and Czech was Carl’s initial vocabulary. Carl’s was an early on developing skill. He was playing piano when he was three, composing his …

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