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  • found to be 49 musicians, 20 of whom, from Veit Bach (died 1619) down to Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst Bach (died, Berlin, 1845), have been more or less prominent
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  • Cecilia Bach, Friedrich Ludwig Bach, George Christopher Bach, Johann Bernhard Bach, Johann Christoph Bach, Johann Ernst Bach, Johann Ludwig Bach, Johann Michael
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  • Grove Fesca, Friedrich by Mary Catherine Hamilton 1504343A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Fesca, Friedrich1900 FESCA, Friedrich Ernst, composer
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  • Popular Concerts, and have been published in London. Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst [24], son of the Bückeburg Bach, and the last grandson of Sebastian. Born at Bückeburg
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  • George Grove Bach, Johann Sebastian by Alfred Maczewski 1502596A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Bach, Johann Sebastian1900 BACH, Johann Sebastian—'to
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  • Cyclopædia Fesca 1673152The American Cyclopædia — Fesca FESCA. I. Friedrich Ernst, a German composer and musician, born in Magdeburg, Feb. 15, 1789,
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  • post only from March to September 1842. At end of list add the name of Wilhelm Rust, who has been Cantor since 1879. Other additions to the article will
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  • found in Clementi's 'Practical Harmony.' [See Practical Harmony.] Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg (1718–1795), the eminent theorist, wrote 6 sonatas, 6 fugues
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  • Music and Musicians  (1900)  edited by George Grove Pianoforte-Playing by Ernst Pauer 2006754A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Pianoforte-Playing1900
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  • ; R. Richter, Friedrich Nietzsche, sein Leben und sein Werk (2d ed.), pp. 91 ff.; H. Vaihinger, Nietzsche als Philosoph, p. 16; Ernst Horneffer, Nietzsches
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  • of producing the sound. See Gottfried Weber, loc. cit. See Ernst Heinrich and Wilhelm Weber, Wellenlehre (Leipzig, 1825), p. 519, § 281, and A Text-Book
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  • performances in London at the Philharmonic in 1842, 44, and 47; at Ernst's Concert in 1844, in the Bach Concerto with Moscheles and Thalberg; at the British Musicians'
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  • to which he was twice over nearly elevated (1395-1472). Bessel, Friedrich Wilhelm, a Prussian astronomer of prominent ability, born at Minden; professor
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  • his affections. A letter to Dr. Bach, his old advocate, of Jan. 3, declares the lad his sole heir, and commits him to Bach's special care. He was continually
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