Henry Eccles was an English composer of the Baroque era. He was a contemporary to Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, and Antonio Vivaldi. He became widely notable for his Violin Sonata in G minor. He became widely notable for his Violin Sonata in G minor. This sonata is composed of a slow introduction and three dance movements and is written in baroque sonatas. The dance gestures are based on courtyard dances.
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