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Tricklir [Trickler, Triklir], Jean Balthasarlocked

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(b Dijon, 1750; d Dresden, Nov 29, 1813). French cellist and composer of German descent. As a child he was destined to the priesthood, and received violin and cello lessons as part of his ecclesiastical training. However, at the age of 15 he left Dijon for Mannheim, where he continued his musical studies until about ...

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