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Robert Führer

A popular author of cathedral music whose just appeal is apparently the dissemination of his function as well as the satisfying lyric quality of his melodies. Fuhrer was trained by Vitasek on the Prague Cathedral, a posture to which he acceded upon the latter’s loss of life. He held various …

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Vincent Novello

Having examined the organ with Samuel Webbe, Novello’s instructor was instrumental in obtaining a scheduled appointment for him as organist for the Portuguese Embassy chapel, a posture which he kept from age seventeen for 25 years. While operating towards the Embassy Novello acquired the choir perform public by Mozart and …

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Prince Consort Albert

Prince Consort Albert (Francis Charles Augustus Albert Emmanuel; Franz Karl August Albert Emanuel Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) was a German musician and consort of Queen Victoria. He was a vocalist, organist and piano participant his body organ virtuosity having been lauded by Mendelssohn. Albert started the artwork of structure at age …

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Mário do Cavaquinho

Mário Álvares was an excellent composer, an inventor of new musical instruments and a historic body who was extremely influential for the era of pioneers like Donga and João da Baiana. His music were the automobiles for the apprenticeship from the device, by most of them, including Pixinguinha, who acquired …

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