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Frau Court Councillor von Belzer plays the clavier and sings.
The Countess von Belderbusch, wife of a nephew of the minister, whose name will come up again, plays skilfully upon the clavier.
Captain Dantoine, a passionate admirer and knower of music; plays the violin and the clavier a little.
All of the sons of Herr v. Mastiaux play the clavier well, as you already know from earlier letters of mine.
The former will have the honor to contribute various beautiful arias, the latter various clavier concertos and trios.
The part for the second clavier is printed under that of the first.
His loss was deplored as that of one of the greatest organists and clavier players of his time.
Bach arranged all his violin concertos for clavier, including two that are lost in the original version.
Of the solo cantatas two are Italian (one of these being Bach's only developed work for voice and clavier) and two are burlesque.
Several tunes with clavier bass, almost foreshadowing the modern song.
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