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Rigel family [Riegel]locked

  • Barry S. Brook
  •  and Richard Viano

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German, later French, family of musicians. Only (2) Anton Riegel continued to use the original spelling of the family name. (1) Henri-Joseph Rigel, who settled permanently in France in about 1768, and his sons, who were born there, seem always to have used the spelling Rigel, as do all extant documents and first editions of their works....

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