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John Keeble

As an British organist Keeble formerly studied with Kelway being a choirboy in Chichester Cathedral and visited London to review body organ and Greek with Pepusch. His theoretical function,” The “Theory of Harmonics,” if nothing at all else, confirmed Pepusch’s impact on Keeble. The task rose for some curiosity during its period but is certainly of small musical make use of — using the observed exemption of Pepusch. Keeble was an achieved enough organist to displace Roseingrave as the organist of St George’s in Hanover Square and put into his own job the organist placement at Ranelagh Backyards. His other main work, “Select Parts for the Body organ” (in four amounts) illustrates the eye and prominence from the body organ voluntary in the Britain of this period. Keeble’s voluntaries characteristically completed using a fugue; he known that particular compositional design was waning. Keeble utilized lack-luster designs, as in keeping with the design, but also understood his learners could add several descants, harmonies and modulations towards the themes to create them even more intersting and innovative.

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