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Composer: Muffat, Georg (1653-1704)

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Year of birth1653
Year of death1704
NationalityUnknown
PeriodBaroque
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KarlsruheSunday concert

Muffat, Geminiani, Corelli, Handel
Deutsche Händel-Solisten; Rinaldo Alessandrini; Rebecca Bottone; Andreas Wolf

LondonThe German Violin School

Biber, Schmelzer, Muffat, Krieger
The Brook Street Band

LondonDance Workshop

Muffat
The Brook Street Band

LondonAll About The Dance

Muffat, Lully, Handel, Fischer, Bach
The Brook Street Band

LondonThe Italian Influence

Geminiani, Handel, Bach, Muffat
The Brook Street Band
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Prom 73: Crisp and breezy late night Handel

Richard Egarr © Marco Borggreve
The element of surprise in this seemingly standard Late Night Prom of Handel, Muffat, Bach and Purcell by the period-instrument orchestra Academy of Ancient Music was Leopold Stokowski.
****1
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New Century Baroque in the footsteps of the Grand Tour

The New Century Baroque  ©  Mario Mintoff
My sweet course of the sumptuous feast, under the title of the Valletta International Baroque Festival, arrived on 18 January. The fare was a selection of various European deserts, performed by the New Century Baroque at the Jesuit Church in Valletta.
****1
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Helsinki Baroque Orchestra brings the Concertgebouw to life

Helsinki Baroque Orchestra  ©  Studio Heikki Tuuli
The music spoke for itself the other day in Amsterdam, as the truly communicative and inspiring Helsinki Baroque Orchestra showed its strength on the Concertgebouw stage.
*****
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One Charming Night with Andreas Scholl and The English Concert

Andreas Scholl  ©  DECCA / James MacMillan
17th Century Europe witnessed the rise of Italian opera and French ballet. These forms, and the distinct musical language of their composers, were highly influential on the music of England and Germany. The cosmopolitan music of Henry Purcell made up the bulk of The English Concert’s program, along with two instrumental works by his German contemporaries Heinrich Biber and Georg Muffat.
****1
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