Carl Heinrich Biber
click link for Stereo sound - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aS1qPo4_w10&fmt=18 Carl Heinrich Biber (1681 -1749) Unspecified Sonata for trumpet, strings & co...
Georg Philipp Telemann
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Georg Philipp Telemann - Trio Sonata in D minor
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Georg Philipp Telemann - Allegro from Trio Sonata in D minor
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Georg Philipp Telemann - Il Giardino Armonico
Il Giardino Armonico playing Georg Philip Telemann.
Georg Philipp Telemann - Allegro
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Dionigi Donnini
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Lewis Oglethorpe
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Eusebius Buswell
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Samuel Parker (writer)
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Giovanni Battista Spínola
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Charles François de Mondion
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Johann Jakob Frey the Elder
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Francis Fasani
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Richard Du Cane
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Feofan Prokopovich
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Hedvig Sophia of Sweden
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Hayashi Ryūkō
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Jonathan Nichols (Rhode Island)
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Carl Henrik Wrangel
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Edward Wynne (chancellor)
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Richard Frewin
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John Barnard (clergyman)
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