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John Marsh

At age fourteen Marsh studied the violin with Wafer who was simply an organist at Gosport. His family members unfortunately moved soon thereafter and he had not been able to officially continue his research. In 1774, when he resolved in Salisbury, Marsh became a member of the provincial orchestra and …

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Joseph Hellmesberger

Hellmesberger was a formidable instructor and violinist with such college students while Auer, Brodsky, Rappoldi as well as the Schrammel brothers. In the Vienna Conservatory he analyzed violin along with his dad and became a soloist at age seventeen. From 1851 to 1859 he brought the novice Gesellshaft der Musikfreunde …

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Karl Collan

This Finnish composer was also the librarian in the University of Helsinki. Collan’s tracks “Vaasan marssi” and “Savolaisten laulu” are actually regarded as nationalistic tracks.

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Antonio Cagnoni

Moretti was his instructor and Ponchieli and Bottesini his contemporaries. Cagnoni was an Italian composer who had written in several styles including operas, drammas, melodramas, comic operas, and a requiem mass. “Don Bucefalo,” “Michele Perrin,” and “Papa Martin” had been jsut a few of Cagnoni’s operas. The type of his …

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