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George Macfarren

Among the most prolific composers from the nineteenth hundred years, Macfarren composed in several different genres. His music was similar to Beethoven’s though he favored the music of Mozart. Macfarren exhibited keen understanding into musical phrases in the framework of textual clarification and level of sensitivity. Operatic devices had been …

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Henry Thomas Smart

Henry Thomas Wise was generally named one of the most virtuosic concert organist of his time and considered by some contemporaries among the best British composers ever. The last mentioned estimation must have been a grand exaggeration; even so, Wise produced several unforgettable compositions, specifically his settings from the hymns …

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