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Antonio Buzzolla

An Italian operatic composer who played the flute and violin. Operas to his credit included “Il Ferramondo,” “Mastino della Scala,” and “Gli avventurieri”. Along with at least two various other operas, Buzzolla also constructed qualitative sacred parts.

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Cipriani Potter

An British composer from a musical family (his grandfather was a flute machine and his father was a flutist) Potter excelled on the piano, teaching with composition. He was students not merely of his dad but also of Attwood, Crotch, Woelfl — whom he thought to be having learned one …

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Karl Collan

This Finnish composer was also the librarian in the University of Helsinki. Collan’s tracks “Vaasan marssi” and “Savolaisten laulu” are actually regarded as nationalistic tracks.

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François-Joseph Fétis

As the son of the organist Fetis discovered to try out the organ aswell as the piano and violin. By 1821 he was a teacher of organ on the Paris Conservatoy and became the librarian there in 1827. Through the years 1827-1833 he founded and edited the musical mag “Revue …

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Manuel “Manole” Perez

An early on pioneer of Fresh Orleans jazz, Manuel Perez tended to emphasize arranged ensembles and worked-out solos in his rings instead of freewheeled improvising. Energetic being a brass music group musician with the past due 1880s, Perez became a member of the Onward Brass Music group in 1900 and …

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Alexander Nikolayevich Serov

Like a Russian composer and critic Serov succeeded in being remembered in the history of musicology for his ascerbic pencil and lasting influence for the music of later on composers in his homeland. Though his critiques could possibly be taken seriously, maybe they shouldn’t for if Serov was at chances …

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