Johann Franz Xaver Sterkel

3 December 1750 - 21 October 1817

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Johann Franz Xaver Sterkel (3 December 1750 in Würzburg – 12 October 1817 in Würzburg) German composer and pianist in the 18th century. He was educated at the University of Würzburg and in 1778 he became chaplain and musician at the court in Mainz. He lived in Regensburg (1802–10), then in Aschaffenburg, and finally retired to Würzburg in 1815. At first Sterkel was an organist in Neumünster. In 17... more

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Sterkel: Sonatas for Fortepiano and Violin
Music for the Three Graces: Soothing Music of Elegance and Refinement
Baroque Music - Handel, G.F. / Pleyel, I. / Sterkel, J.F.X. / Stanley, J. (Suites and Solos)
Sterkel: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2 / Ouverture à grand orchestre
Seid menschlich, froh und gut
Keyboard Sonatas from the 18th Century
Constable: Great Music from the Age of English Landscape
Pleyel, I.J.: Keyboard Sonatinas Nos. 5 and 10 / Flute Sonata No. 4 (Jane Austen Entertains - Music From Her Own Library)
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