Johann Joseph Fux

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Johann Joseph Fux (; c. 1660 – 13 February 1741) was an Austrian composer, music theorist and pedagogue of the late Baroque era. He is most famous as the author of ''Gradus ad Parnassum'', a treatise on counterpoint, which has become the single most influential book on the Palestrinian style of Renaissance polyphony. Almost all modern courses on Renaissance counterpoint, a mainstay of college music curricula, are indebted in some degree to this work by Fux. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Cupeda, Donato 1664-1705
Published 1702
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by Lorenzoni, Giovanni Andrea
Published 1702
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by Fux, Johann Joseph 1660-1741
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by Fux, Johann Joseph
Published 1722
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by Fux Johann Joseph
Published 1742
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by Fux, Johann Joseph 1660-1741
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