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Franz Grüber

Franz Xaver Gruber was created in Hochberg, Austria, the child of an unhealthy weaver whose motives were that his child would follow within the family members trade. Because the youthful Franz Gruber arrived old he found that his accurate interest is at music, and he cultivated it by firmly taking …

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Morales Pino

The original music from the Andean Mountains came alive, on the turn from the 20th century, through the playing of bandola (small accordion) player and composer Morales Pino (born Pedro Morales Pino) and his group, the Morales Pino Trio. A graduate of Escuela Nacional de Mexico, Pino shaped the group …

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Adolph Friedrich Hesse

Hesse learned to try out the body organ beneath the tutelage of Berner. Recitals had been performed by Hesse in Leipzig, Kassel, Berlin, Hamburg and Weimar where he fulfilled and analyzed with Hummel, Rinck and Spohr. Until his loss of life he was the organist in the church from the …

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