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Daniel Danielis (Visé near Liège 1635- Vannes 1696) was a Belgian composer. He studied at Maastricht and was organist at Saint Lambert's Church. Between 1661 and 1681 he served as Kapellmeister at the court of Mecklenburg-Güstrow. In 1684 he became maître de musique at Vannes Cathedral.

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  • Daniel Danielis (Visé near Liège 1635- Vannes 1696) was a Belgian composer. He studied at Maastricht and was organist at Saint Lambert's Church. Between 1661 and 1681 he served as Kapellmeister at the court of Mecklenburg-Güstrow. In 1684 he became maître de musique at Vannes Cathedral.
  • Daniel Daniélis (getauft 1. Mai 1635 in Visé; † 17. September 1696 in Vannes) war ein wallonischer Kapellmeister und Komponist des Barock aus dem Fürstbistum Lüttich.
  • Daniel Daniélis (né le 1er mai 1635 - mort à Vannes le 17 septembre 1696) est un musicien et compositeur belge.
  • Fu maestro di cappella e compositore barocco alla corte del principe-vescovo di Liegi.
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