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...
Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel
No.2 from:Drei Arien aus dem Notenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach The guitar arrangement is by J.Dallman. jasmeano has this information: This was an aria th...
Johann Bernhard Bach
Johann Bernhard BACH ( 1676-1749 ), Suite en sol Majeur, extraits ( Gavotte en rondeau, Sarabande, Bourrée-Gayement, Menuet, Gigue ) 1730. Bach Concentus, di...
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (1676-1749) Tibor Pinter plays on the Hauptwerk / MyOrgan virtual sample set of the Jullien brother's organ (1690) . The original i...
Antonio Schinella Conti
Antonio Schinella Conti (1677 – 1749) was an Italian historian, mathematician, philosopher and physicist.He was known as Abbé Conti (in Italian, Abate Conti) and is famous for having been the intermed...
Thomas Godfrey (inventor)
Thomas Godfrey (December 1704 – December 1749) was an optician and inventor in the American colonies, who around 1730 invented the octant. At approximately the same time an Englishman, John Hadley, al...
Johan August Meijerfeldt
Baron Johan August Meijerfeldt (1664–1749) was a Swedish general.
Roger Morris (1695–1749)
Roger Morris (19 April 1695 – 31 January 1749) was an English architect whose connection with Colen Campbell brought him to the attention of Henry Herbert, 9th Earl of Pembroke, with whom Morris colla...
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Bal'arab bin Himyar
Bal'arab bin Himyar (died 1749) was one of the rival Imams during the civil wars in Oman in the final years of the Yaruba dynasty. He was elected Imam in 1728, holding power in the interior of Oman wh...
Jan Frans van Bloemen
Jan Frans van Bloemen (baptized 12 May 1662 - buried 13 June 1749) was a Flemish landscape painter mainly active in Rome. Here he was able to establish himself as the leading painter of views (vedute...
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Gaspar da Costa
Gaspar da Costa (d. Penfui, West Timor, 9 November 1749) was the leader or tenente general (lieutenant general) of the Portuguese-speaking Topasses, a Eurasian group that dominated much of the politic...
Sara Hinlopen
4°53′28.76″E / 52.3642306°N 4.8913222°E / 52.3642306; 4.8913222Museum Geelvinck-Hinlopen is a canal-side mansion in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This patrician mansion, close t...
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Benjamin Lynde, Sr.
Benjamin Lynde (September 22, 1666 – January 28, 1749) was a lawyer and magistrate of the Province of Massachusetts Bay. Born in Salem, he was sent to England by his parents, where he read law at the...
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Pieter Casteels III
Pieter Casteels III (1684–1749) was a Flemish painter and engraver mainly known for his flower pieces, game pieces and bird scenes. He spent a significant portion of his life in England where he had ...
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Anwaruddin Khan
Anwaruddin Khan (1672 – 3 August 1749) aka Muhammad Anwaruddin was the 1st Nawab of Arcot of the second Dynasty. He was a major figure during the first two Carnatic Wars.
Nawab Anwaruddin Khan was...
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Donato Creti
Donato Creti (24 February 1671 – 31 January 1749) was an Italian painter of the Rococo period, active mostly in Bologna.Born in Cremona, he moved to Bologna, where he was a pupil of Lorenzo Pasinelli....
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Sir Thomas Lee, 3rd Baronet
Sir Thomas Lee, 3rd Baronet (1687-1749), of Hartwell, near Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, was an English politician.He was MP for Chipping Wycombe 1710 to 1722 and Buckinghamshire 1722 - 1727 and 29 Janu...
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Armand Gaston Maximilien de Rohan
Armand de Rohan (Armand Gaston Maximilien; 26 June 1674 - 19 July 1749) was a French churchman and politician. He became bishop of Strasbourg in 1704, Cardinal in 1712 then Grand Almoner of France in ...
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John Montagu, 2nd Duke of Montagu
John Montagu, 2nd Duke of Montagu, KG, KB, PC (1690 – 5 July 1749), styled Viscount Monthermer until 1705 and Marquess of Monthermer between 1705 and 1709, was a British peer.
He was a son of Ralp...
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Chhattrapati Shahu
Shahu Sambhaji Raje Bhosale (or Shahuji) (1682–1749 CE) was the fourth Chhatrapati of the Maratha Empire created by his grandfather, Chhatrapati Shivaji, and was officially the Raja of Satara (now in ...
Arthur Hodge
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Peter Monamy
Peter Monamy was an English marine painter who lived between 1681 and 1749.
Peter Monamy was baptised at the church of St Botolph’s-without-Aldgate, London, England, on 12 January 1681 (new style)...
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Nabeshima Naotsune
Nabeshima Naotsune (鍋島 直恒, January 2, 1702 – November 25, 1749) was a Japanese daimyo of the mid-Edo period, who ruled the Hasunoike Domain in Hizen Province (modern-day Saga Prefecture).
Bluett Wallop
Bluett (or Bluet) Wallop (27 April 1726 – 6 June 1749) was a British soldier and politician.The fourth son of John Wallop, 1st Earl of Portsmouth, Bluett was appointed a Page of Honour to George II on...
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Louis-Nicolas Clérambault
Louis-Nicolas Clérambault (19 December 1676 – 26 October 1749) was a French musician, best known as an organist and composer. He was born and died in Paris.
Clérambault came from a musical family ...
Sir Walter Calverley, 1st Baronet
Sir Walter Calverley, 1st Baronet (1670 – 15 October 1749) was an English aristocrat.He was the only son of Walter Calverley of Calverley, Yorkshire, and Frances Thompson, daughter and heiress o...
Rip Van Dam
Rip Van Dam (c.1660 – 10 June 1749) was the acting governor of the Province of New York from 1731 to 1732. As one of the leaders of the republican liberal (or "country") party, Van Dam confronted the ...
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Philip Livingston (1686–1749)
Philip Livingston (July 9, 1686 – 1749), the son of Robert Livingston the Elder, and elder brother of Robert Livingston of Clermont. Philip was the second Lord of Livingston Manor, a merchant, ...
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Mohammed Awzal
Mohammed Awzal (1680–1749) (Berber: Muḥemmed Awzal, Arabic: محمد أوزال‎), also known as Muhammad ibn Ali Awzal or al-Awzali was a religious Berber poet. He is considered the most important a...
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Carl Heinrich Biber
Carl Heinrich Biber (4 September 1681 – 19 November 1749) was a late Baroque violinist and composer.He was born in Salzburg, the sixth son of Heinrich Ignaz Franz Biber. He got his first musical...