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    Brunetti was born in Fano, a small town in Italy, and moved to Spain with his family before his twenties. Soon, Brunetti’s talents as a musician (he was a fine violinist) and composer made him a favourite of the Spanish royal family and he became the later King Carlos IV's violin teacher. In...
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    Brunetti's 3-movement A-major quartet was composed in 1789. The 1st movement, Allegro Maestoso, is interesting for its time as although it draws on Haydn there's plenty of different thematic ideas. Like other Brunetti quartets, themes and melodies change abruptly and there's very little...
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