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Thomas Adams II

Blessed in 1785, Adams was an British organist and composer who gained popularity as a professional improviser. His many compositions usually consist of intricately contrapuntal areas. Being a performer, Adam was praised for his capability to use the complete sonic potential from the organ. He passed away in 1858.

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