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Danielis, Daniellocked

  • Catherine Cessac


(b Visé, nr Liège, bap. May 1, 1635; d Vannes, Sept 17, 1696). Flemish composer, organist and singer. He became organist at the cathedral of St Lambert, Liège, at the age of 22, leaving that post in spring 1658 to go to Spa, where he met Duke Gustav Adolf of Mecklenburg-Güstrow. On 20 June the duke engaged him as a bass singer, and Danielis settled in the north German duchy. He became Kapellmeister in ...

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