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  1. Giacomo Antonio Perti (6 June 1661 – 10 April 1756) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era. He was mainly active at Bologna, where he was…

  2. Francesco Provenzale (15 September 1624 – 6 September 1704) was an Italian Baroque composer and teacher. Notably Provenzale was the teacher of…

  3. Michelangelo Rossi (Michel Angelo del Violino) (ca. 1601/1602 – 1656) was an important Italian composer, violinist and organist of the Baroque era.…

  4. Giuseppe Valentini (December 14, 1681 – November 1753) was an Italian violinist, painter, poet, and composer, though he is known chiefly as a composer…

  5. Alessandro Stradella (April 3, 1639 - February 25, 1682) was an Italian composer of the middle Baroque. He was born in Rome, and was murdered in…

  6. Giovanni Maria Trabaci (c. 1575 – December 31, 1647) was an Italian composer and organist in the Early Baroque era.

    Born in Montepeloso, near…

  7. John Blow (1649–1708) was an English composer and organist. His pupils included William Croft and Henry Purcell.

    Blow was probably born at North…

  8. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (June 21, 1732 – January 26, 1795), the ninth son of Johann Sebastian Bach, sometimes referred to as the…

  9. Biagio Marini (1594-1663) was an Italian virtuoso violinist and composer.

    Marini was born on 5th February 1594 in Brescia. His works were printed and…

  10. Barbara Strozzi (also called Barbara Valle) (Baptised August 6, 1619, Venice - November 11, 1677, Padua) was an Italian Baroque singer and composer.…

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