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Carlo Gambini

Gambini composed 4 operas, chapel music and several piano functions. His most well-known piece was most likely the symphinic ode “Cristoforo Colombo.”

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Johann Nepomuk Poissl

Taking on permanent residence in Munich in 1805, Poissl got to hold back until he was forty years before finding a long lasting appointment using the Munich Opera which he was so fond. In 1823 he attained the positioning of helper superintendent of courtroom music. The majority of his operas …

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Among the important instrumentalists of carioca choro in the belle époque, Licas’ contemporaries were Anacleto de Medeiros, Irineu de Almeida, Pedro Augusto, Luís de Sousa, Candinho Trombone, Cupertino, Catulo da Paixão Cearense, Mário Cavaquinho, Sátiro Bilhar, as well as others, with whom he utilized to play frequently. Respectable as a …

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