John Holmes will need to have been a musician of some notice as he was guaranteed the next place vicar’s vacancy at Winchester Cathedral, a practice that was rarely if done. He offered through the reign of Queen Elizabeth aswell as Wayne I. Holmes became the Grasp from the Choristers for Slaisbury. Two of his college students, Batten and Lowe, became an organist for Chirst’s Chapel and teacher of music at Oxford respectively. A lot of the chapel music he made up is at verse type and can be a number of the first recorded music from your provinces. A assortment of extant body organ items are in Holmes’ hands but none from the pieces could be related to him. Maybe as much as forty of these were composed with a pupil of Byrd.