In 1584 John Hilton was a countertenor for Lincoln Cathedral and by 1593 he previously acceded to the positioning of supervising the choristers. Another calendar year Hilton became the organist at Trinity University in Cambridge. The music ascribed to John Hilton The Elder is normally regarded as due to him; nevertheless, some compositions could be those of his boy John Hilton and very clear distinctions aren’t typical. Nearly all music made up by John Hilton was created for the chapel service with just a few madrigalian exceptions. A “Te Deum” is actually distingished as that of John Hilton The Elder.