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an Italian composer. He is one of the most celebrated masters of the early Baroque or, more accurately, the Roman School of music. Carissimi is also noted as one of the first composers of oratorios. In addition, Carissimi was important as a teacher, and his influence spread far into Germany and France. In 1637 he was ordained a priest.
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Giacomo Carissimi1605, Apr1623
 
16741674, Jan 12

Leone Leoni [2]1560 ca1588
 
16271627
 a North Italian polyphonic composer who served as maestro di cappella at Vicenza cathedral from 1...
Andreas Hakenberger15741608
 
16271627
 a German composer. Not much is known of his life. He was born in Kremmin, Pomerania. Hakenberger ...
Francois Martin [1]unknown1650
 
 
1669unknown
 A French composer. Not much is known about his life. He served as ordinaire to Gaston, Duke of Or...
Adam Vaclav Michna z Otradovic1600, Jun 301633
 
 
16731676, Oct 16
 a Czech Catholic aristocrat, poet, composer, hymn writer, organist and choir leader of the early ...
Gaspar Sanz16401660
 
16971710
 an Aragonese composer, guitarist, organist and priest born to a wealthy family in Calanda in the ...
John Blow1649, Feb1668
 
17001708, Oct 1
 an English Baroque composer and organist, appointed to Westminster Abbey in 1669. In 1685 he was...
Jan Adams Reincken1643, Dec1657
 
17221722, Nov 24
 a Dutch/German organist and composer. He was one of the most important German composers of the 17...
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