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Theodor Leschetizky

In the beginning a piano student of his father in Lancut, Leschetizky first performed at age ten in Lemberg soon thereafter moving to Vinna along with his family. Czerny and Sechter had been his respective educators in piano and structure. In ’52 he relocated to St Petersburg where he became …

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Mathieu-André Reichert

Virtuoso flutist Mathieu-André Reichert was also a composer, influenced by and an impact to Brazilian music. The impeccable flute technique of Reichert’s in touch with the Brazilian ginga of Joaquim Antônio da Silva Callado Jr. is normally assumed to become the origin from the Brazilian flute lineage. The kid of …

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Hans von Bronsart

A familiar to Liszt, Bulow, Wagner and Brahms, this German composer’s creation contains piano functions (his primary instrument), executing and performing. His “Piano Trio in G-mol” was therefore extremely esteemed by Liszt that this latter devoted his personal Second Piano Concerto to him. A few of his compositions reveal the …

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Jean-Baptiste Fauré

A gifted French baritone who excelled in dramatic presentation using a rich, resonant and stylish voice and superb acting abilities. Faure was similarly comfy in French and Italian opera and was extremely lauded for his portrayal of and performing in the assignments of Mephistopheles, Hamlet, Inform, Alphonse (`La preferred’), and …

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Emile Durand

A author of operettas and a writer on music theory. Durand’s theoretical functions add a treatise on tranquility and a treatise for the composiotion of music. His operettas included “l’Elixir de Cornelius” and “l’Astronome du Pont Neuf”. Durand also made up songs and parts for man choruses.

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José Maurício Nunes Garcia

A master from the chapel in Rio de Janeiro Cathedral, Garcia was taken into consideration “the” author of Brazil, and actually was the most effective and well known composer in the Americas during his lifestyle. He was an achieved organist, composer and conductor leading Mozart’s “Requiem Mass” for the original …

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Wenzel Thomas Matiegka

Matiegka was an Austrian author of Czechoslovakian descent. He was a professional of your guitar as well as the piano which offered him well when he transferred to Vienna to produce a surviving in music. He previously examined with Gelinek in Prague after having examined law. Your guitar was his …

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Michal Bohdanowicz

A Polish composer and violinist, who, along with his seven siblings, performed in circus-like atmospheres promoted by their dad. His compositions consist of “Huit variations put violon”.

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