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Ludwig Senfl
Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between December 2, 1542 and August 10, 1543) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. He was the most famous pupil of Heinrich Isaac, was music director to the court of ...
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Aloys Schmitt
Aloys Schmitt (26 August 1788 – 25 July 1866) was a German composer, pianist and music teacher. He was born in Erlenbach am Main. In 1824 he was appointed court composer in Munich. He received an honorary doctorate from the ...
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Ridolfo Luigi Boccherini
Ridolfo Luigi Boccherini (Italian pronunciation: [riˈdɔlfo luˈiːdʒi bokkeˈriːni]; February 19, 1743 – May 28, 1805) was an Italian classical era composer and cellist whose music retained a courtly and galante style while he mat...
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... A profile of baroque composer Johann Vierdanck is presented, with a focus on his time as a court musician in Saxony. ...
... A discussion on the professional relationship of Antonio Vivaldi and Therese Kunigunde, in Venice, Italy, around 1714 in her court, is presented. ...
... A recording of Laotian court music is reviewed (AIMP/VDE). ...
... A recording of country and bluegrass music by the Court Yard Hounds, comprised of Martie Maguire and Emily Robison, is reviewed (Columbia). ...
... The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra has lost a court battle to recoup $720,000 paid in sales taxes ... in nature," the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that the five percent sales tax did apply to the corchestra's ticket sales. ...
... A discussion on forms of music mediated participation, interaction and representation in court liturgy, is presented. ...
... Representatives of the Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN ... ) appeared before the Canadian Supreme Court for two days in December, 2011, in regard to three copyright ... cases related to the used of music on the Internet by large communications companies. SOCAN was ...
... With its June 27, 2005, ruling in the Grokster case, the Supreme Court released three opinions ... copyright infringement acts. The court declined to revisit the Sony Betamax opinion to add a more quantified description of how much lawful use is substantial. ...
The Triumph of Peace
Baroque court music
... A discussion on the professional relationship of Antonio Vivaldi and Therese Kunigunde, in Venice, Italy, around 1714 in her court, is presented. ...
Manon
Romantic opera from 1883

Manon (French pronunciation: ​[manɔ̃]) is an opéra comique in five acts by Jules Massenet to a French libretto by Henri Meilhac and Philippe Gille, based on the 1731 novel L’histoire du chevalier des Grieux et de Manon Lescaut by the ...

... points that may be raised about the performance practice of the time and the significance placed upon music at the Gotha court. ... compiled by Georg Anton Benda, the court chapel master in 1750. Identifies some of the interesting ...
... The country recording by Court Yard Hounds is reviewed (Sony Music). ...
... The sheet music collection "Organ and Keyboard Music of the Imperial Court Chapel Vienna, 1500 ...
... A recording of 15th-century French court music performed by Ciaramella under Adam Knight Gilbert and Rotem Gilbert, is reviewed (Yarlung). ...
... In October 2011 the Supreme Court heard arguments about whether Congress violated the First ...