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  1. Alessandro Rolla (April 22, 1757 - September 15, 1841) is one of those examples of a today neglected musician who nevertheless was widely…

  2. Johann Wilhelm Wilms (baptized March 30, 1772 in Witzhelden near Solingen, died July 19, 1847 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch-German composer, best known…

  3. Johann(es) Simon Mayr (also spelled Majer, Mayer, Maier), also known in Italian as Giovanni Simone Mayr or Simone Mayr (14 June 1763 – 2 December…

  4. Joseph Fiala (1748 - 1816)
    Cellist, oboist and player of the viola da gamba, the Czech composer Josef Fiala joined the musical establishment of the…

  5. Franz Anton Hoffmeister (12th May 1754–9th February 1812) was a German composer and music publisher.

    Born in Rottenburg am Neckar, he went to…

  6. Friedrich Jeremias Witt (1770–1836) was a German composer and cellist.

    Born on the 8th November 1770 in the Württemberg village of Niederstetten,…

  7. Giovanni Battista Viotti (May 12, 1755 March 3, 1824) was an Italian violinist whose virtuosity was famed and whose work as a composer featured a…

  8. Jan Zach (November 13, 1699 - May 24, 1773) was a Czech composer, violinist and organist. Zach applied for the position of music director at Saint…

  9. Johann Baptist Cramer (February 24, 1771, Mannheim - April 16, 1858, London), was an English musician of German extraction. He was the son of Wilhelm…

  10. Franz Ignaz Danzi (June 15, 1763 - April 13, 1826) was a German cellist, composer and conductor, the son of the noted Italian cellist Innocenz Danzi.…

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