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John Ward

(c. 1590—1638) composer and administrator


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(bc.1589; d before 31 Aug. 1638).

English musician and composer. He was a chorister at Canterbury Cathedral, then joined the household of Sir Henry Fanshawe, Remembrancer of the Exchequer ...

Subjects: Music.


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