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Robert Planquette

Planquette was a France composer and pianist who all studied for a short while on the Paris Conservatoire. While he was there he gained a first award for solfege in 1867 another award for piano in 1868. He was compelled to produce a living by playing in cafes and composing …

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Wilhelm Fitzenhagen

Beginning music lesson ats an early on age, Fitzenhagen discovered the piano, cello and violin and was capale enough to replacement for people of his father’s orchestra in the blowing wind section. He was appointed as Hofkapellmeister in Dresden and offered cello shows in Leipzig, Weimar (impressing Liszt) and Moscow …

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Franz Cramer

The Mannheim musician who lived primarily in London having paled compared to his sibling Johann Baptist Cramer. Though he didn’t suffer physical or financial ingratuities, his musical choices were relatively sparse and trite. It’s possible that Franz Cramer made up some vocal music but non-e is definitely extant. His main …

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Meyer Duque Estrada

Keeper from the custom begun with flutists Joaquim Antônio da Silva Callado and Mathieu-André Reichert, who have gave birth towards the Brazilian flute lineage, Meyer Duque Estrada took charge of growing their accomplishments. Disciple of both Reichert and Callado, his very own pupils also attained noted appearance. Amongst them Patápio …

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Nicola Vaccai

This Italian operatic composer and teacher was trained by Paisiello in Naples and later had become the “censore” in the Milan Conservatory from 1838 until 1844. His main contribution was his publication “Metodo pratico di canto italiano per camcorder” that was a useful and methodological method of singing. Additionally it …

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Joaquim Antônio Da Silva Callado, Jr.

Joaquim Antônio da Silva Callado (called also Callado Jr. because his dad is definitely of the same name) was the main flutist and improviser of his period. A mentioned composer, he remaining several virtuosic items. “Flor Amorosa” (with lyrics added later on by Catulo da Paixão Cearense) is conducted from …

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Frantisek Kmoch

Kmoch studied the violin in Zasmuky, Kolin and in Prague when he attended university. He came back to his house in 1869 teaching in college and composing and playing for regional affairs. Because of politics intrigue, Kmoch was suspended from his teaching obligations, visited Kolin and collected musicians able and …

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