Johann Joachim QuantzJohann Joachim Quantz (; 30 January 1697 – 12 July 1773) was a German composer, flutist and flute maker of the late Baroque period. Much of his professional career was spent in the court of Frederick the Great. Quantz composed hundreds of flute sonatas and concertos, and wrote ''On Playing the Flute'', an influential treatise on flute performance. His works were known and appreciated by Bach, Haydn and Mozart. Provided by Wikipedia
L'apothéose de Corelli triosonaten des Barock : werke von J.S. Bach, F. Couperin, J.J. Quantz, G.Ph. Telemann, A. Vivaldi.
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