Kaspar Förster
CordArte -- Ensemble für Alte Musik Musicalische Frühlingsfrüchte.
Matthias Weckmann
Jorgen Ernst Hansen playing the Frobenius organ at Sct. Andreas Church, Copenhagen. From the LP Master Works for Organ volume 1: The North German School, non...
Maurizio Cazzati
Le Centre de Musique Baroque de versailles, la Chapelle Royale.
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Le Centre de Musique Baroque de versailles, la Chapelle Royale.
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Archibald Primrose, Lord Carrington
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Luigi Pellegrini Scaramuccia
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Trijntje Keever
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Philippe Balthazar de Gand
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William Kiffin
William Kiffin (1616–1701), sometimes spelled William Kiffen, was a seventeenth-century English Baptist minister. He was also a successful merchant in the woollen trade.
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Johann Christoph von Freyberg-Allmendingen
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Sir Amyas Pollard, 3rd Baronet
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Giovan Antonio de' Rossi
Giovanni Antonio de' Rossi (1616–1695) was an Italian architect of the Baroque period, active mainly in Rome.He was a contemporary of Carlo Rainaldi. He helped design the Cappella Lancellotti in St Jo...
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Christen Aagaard
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Thomas Foley (died 1677)
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Francisco Barreto de Meneses
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Isaac Penington (Quaker)
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James Livingstone, 1st Viscount Kilsyth
James Livingstone, 1st Viscount Kilsyth (25 June 1616 – 7 September 1661), was a devoted Scottish Royalist who was raised to the peerage of Scotland as Viscount Kilsyth and Lord Campsie in 1661.
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Anne Gonzaga
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Frederick III, Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach
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David Erskine, 2nd Lord Cardross
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Sir Richard Hoghton, 3rd Baronet
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Sophie Elisabeth of Brandenburg
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Frances Bedingfeld
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Nicolaes Latombe
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According to Houbraken he travelled to Rome where he joined the Bentvueghels with the nickname "Stoppert...