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Charles Dibdin

Theatrical opera at its greatest were the merchandise of Charles Dibdin. Like a poet, novelist, composer, acting professional, vocalist and entertainer it could easily be realized how theatrical musical ratings had been his forte. It’s important to note that a lot of of his effective pantomimes, operettas and theatrical productions …

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Friedrich Heinrich Himmel

A student from the organist Klaus, and later on a theology college student in Halle, Himmel spent the majority of his period in the piano in the lecture theatre. He continued to be a steward and preferred from the royal family members upon his see by Friedrich Wilhelm II who …

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Adolf Henselt

George Martin Adolf von Henselt was reportedly perhaps one of the most gifted virtuoso players of the first Romantic period. Held by Robert Schumann to end up being the identical of Hummel and Liszt, he made up of a few parts, including two piano concertos plus some chamber music that …

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