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  1. Nicola Matteis
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    Nicola Matteis (fl. c. 1670 – c. 1698) was a leading violinist in London and a composer of significant popularity in his time.

    Very little is known of his early life. He came to in London in the early 1670s and had a merchant as a sponsor, who schooled him in the ways of currying favor from the gentry (by allowing them to accompany him in parlor recitals and other minor performances).

    Matteis is credited with changing the English taste for violin playing from the French style to a newer, Italian one. His reputation grew through his lifetime and resulted in high praise for his live performances (in concert, audiences were often certain that more than one violin was being played) and popularity for his published works. Knowing many of his customers were amateurs, Matteis tended to give precise instructions with his published music, providing detailed notes on bowing, explanations of ornaments, tempos, and other directions. These notes have proved valuable resources for scholars reconstructing the performance practices of the time.


    [edit] Sources
    Haynes, Bruce. "The End of Early Music: A Period Performer's History of Music for the Twenty-First Century" (2007) Oxford University Press. ISBN 0195189876.
    Bukofzer, Manfred F. "Music In The Baroque Era - From Monteverdi To Bach" (2007) Von Elterlein Press. ISBN 1406739332.

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