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Finger, Gottfried [Godfrey]locked

  • Peter Holman
  •  and Robert Rawson

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(b ?Olomouc, c1660; d Mannheim, bur. Aug 31, 1730). Moravian viol player and composer. Georg Finger, his father or brother, was cantor at St Moriče, Olomouc. Gottfried was presumably in the service of Prince-Bishop Karl Liechtenstein-Kastelcorn, for pieces composed and copied by him survive in the prince-bishop's music collection at Kroměříž. According to Riemann, Finger was in Munich in ...

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