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John Blow

British composer John Blow was a significant influence about Henry Purcell; his body organ compositions, courtroom odes, tunes, and solitary opera, Venus and Adonis, are his most significant works. Blow was created in Feb 1649 and was baptized around the 23rd of this month. He became a choirboy in the …

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Jean-Jacques Beauvarlet-Charpentier

Charpentier, an addition to the Beauvarlet sir name, was utilized by Jean-Jacques in the publication of his compositions. He was a talented organist whose most worthwhile compositions had been sonatas for harpsichord and piano backed by violins. He previously an ability using the traditional design both through contrived tensions via …

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Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck was possibly the most significant composer from holland in the past due Renaissance and early Baroque eras. He’s most widely known for his vocal compositions, typically created for five voices and feasible instrumental accompaniment, as well as for his key pad functions, including toccatas, chorale variants, and …

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Florent Schmitt

Schmitt was a prolific composer for those his extended life — notching 138 opus amounts, including every genre aside from opera — however the works he’s remembered for were written in his youth. He was challenging to pigeonhole, and continues to be called from traditional to neo-Romantic to innovative. His …

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William Croft

William Croft (sometimes called “Crofts”) was a good British composer and organist and among the to begin his country to get the developing Continental design of the past due Baroque sonata. He’s mainly known for his anthems and additional church functions and generally creates a fairly dried out impression of …

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Bohuslav Matej Cernohorsky

Cernohorsky was component of a long type of organist/composers in the Bohemian countryside to go up to popularity in Prague. Unlike therefore a lot of his Czech contemporaries, Cernohorsky attained substantial popularity in his very own life time. In his finest functions he could combine the Czech like for instrumental …

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Copenhagen Saxophone Quartet

Four experienced saxophone players came jointly in the springtime of 1997 to create the Copenhagen Saxophone Quartet. The group, which features Charlotte Andersson on baritone sax, Maret Petersen on alto sax, Torben Snekkestad on soprano sax, and Torben Enghoff on tenor sax, is constantly on the thrill listeners using its …

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Nikolaus Hasse

Nikolaus was the organist in the Marienkirche in Rostock from 1642 until 1671 when he retired. Chamber music, sacred tunes and body organ music had been the genres where he made up. “Delitiae musicae” keeps most of his chamber music including suites designed for study from the college students of …

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Gunnar Berg

Despite being put into a children’s house after the loss of life of his dad and long lasting continuous ill wellness, Berg were able to research piano and finally enter Copenhagen Conservatory, learning counterpoint, music background and instrumentation. After performing refugee choirs for the Danish underground from 1943-44, Berg shifted …

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Harald Genzmer

A German composer and college student of Hindemith whose works reflect Hindemith’s influence. His items include electronic functions and several forms except opera.

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