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François Devienne

A celebrated bassoonist and flutist in past due seventeenth hundred years France, François Devienne is remembered now for the number of concertos he wrote for his personal overall performance, although he also wrote twelve operas and several chamber functions. Devienne’s early teaching appears to have been with family and local …

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Adolphe Adam

Most widely known today for his ballet Giselle as well as for the Xmas carol Cantique de Zeroël, Adolphe Adam, given birth to in 1803, was a prolific author of ballets, vaudeville, incidental music, and comic opera, and something of the very most popular of his time. His dad was …

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