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Fredrik Pacius

This Romantic composer was created in Germany but is known as Finnish in outlook and musical perspective. He was trained the violin by Spohr and structure by Hauptmann. Providing in the courtroom orchestra of Stockholm brought Pacius right into a placement whereby he could later on settle in Helsinki. There …

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Federico Ricci

When Federico Ricci studied in the Naples Conservatory he was a pupil of Raimondi and a pupil of his somewhat older sibling, Luigi aswell mainly because Bellini and Zingarelli. Of both brothers, Luigi was regarded as the more unique of both while Federico was even more diverse. He mainly made …

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Charles d’ Albert

Charls Louis Napoleon d’Albert was an instructor of dance, and a composer. He received piano instructions and composition instructions after the loss of life of his mom. Albert had written the libretto towards the ballet-pantomime “La jolie fille de Grand,” and afterwards quit the stage in order that he could …

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Joseph Aloys Schmittbaur

This German composer’s greatest claim to fame are available in his conducting, extension of the number from the glass harmonic, and his mass for the Dreikonigfest of 1776 in Cologne. Schmittbaur was an harpsichordist, Konzertmeister, Kapellmeister and Oberkapellmeister who offered for the Rastatt courtroom, the Karlsruhe courtroom, and in Cologne. …

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Johann Gottfried Eckard

A German pianist and composer who took his early lessons in the “Versuch” of C. P. E. Bach. He was taken up to Paris with the piano manufacturer Johann A. Stein. Eckard applied piano in his free time and quickly created his technique and simple playing. He performed extremely effectively …

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Adolph Friedrich Hesse

Hesse learned to try out the body organ beneath the tutelage of Berner. Recitals had been performed by Hesse in Leipzig, Kassel, Berlin, Hamburg and Weimar where he fulfilled and analyzed with Hummel, Rinck and Spohr. Until his loss of life he was the organist in the church from the …

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