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Ciprian Porumbescu

Learning music from his dad young, Porumbescu was duly ready for matriculation in the Vienna Conservatory where he became the student of Krenn and Bruckner. He helped to determine the Conservatory in Romania for instrumental and vocal music and experienced ample experience to take action provided his compositions of operettas …

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William Bexfield

This short-lived British composer was talented and had the to become England’s next Purcell. The functions which show his capabilities are an oratorio, weighted fugues and wonderful tunes. He became a composer at age 11 and an excellent organist by 17. Bexfield made up the oratorio “Israel Restored” at age …

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