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  • Baroque Music - Articles, suggested recordings, links, biographies, portraits, plus music samples, notes on performance, information on the lute-harpsichord and the Baroque violin bow, and background on organ builder Gottfried Silbermann.
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  • 18th Century English Music - Biographies of several composers, portraits, and in-depth illustrated history of the period.
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  • Baroque Composers - List of names arranged by death date from Dr. Estrella's Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers. Includes links to individual biographies and further resources.
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  • Baroque Composers - Alphabetical index of over 100 Wikipedia articles plus internal links to related material.
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  • Early Baroque (1600-1680) - Background information, resources, and biographies and keyworks of the composers from The Conservatory at Humanities Web.
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  • German Baroque Music (17th Century) - Follows the development of the new music from Italy with emphasis on Sch├╝tz and Schein. From the Here of a Sunday Morning radio program.
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  • The German Pre-Classics (1700-1760) - Follows the popularizing of late Baroque musical styles, emphasizing Frederick the Great, Quantz, Graun, and Telemann. From the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
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  • The Italian Seicento (17th Century) - Traces the beginning of opera in Florence with links to biographies of composers and related material. From the Here Of a Sunday Morning radio program.
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  • The Italian Settecento (18th Century) - Summary of developments in Bel Canto and Opera Buffa as well as instrumental developments with links to biographies and related material from the Here Of a Sunday Morning radio program.
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  • Kunst der Fuge - 17th c. - Inclusive list of fugues written in the 1600's, comprising all the relevant repertory up to date and links to classical musician pages.
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  • Late Baroque (1680-1750) - Background information, resources, biographies, and key works of the composers from The Conservatory at Humanities Web.
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  • Music History 102: The Baroque Age - Composers, major styles and developments, illustrations, and Real Audio RAM sound files.
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  • Western Europe from 1650 to 1750 - Overview of new musical developments with special focus on Purcell, Couperin, Lully, and Rameau from the Here Of A Sunday Morning radio program.
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