Christian Ignatius Latrobe

Christian Ignatius Latrobe, [[mezzotint]] by [[Samuel Bellin]], after [[Thomas Barber (1771–1843)|Thomas Barber]] Christian Ignatius Latrobe (12 February 1758 – 6 May 1836) was an English clergyman of the Moravian Church, as well as an artist, musician and composer. He created a large number of works for, and most famously edited, a ''Selection of Sacred Music'' in six volumes between 1806 and 1826, introducing the sacred music of Haydn, Mozart and Pergolesi and other European continental composers who were largely unknown to English audiences. Provided by Wikipedia
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