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Nicholas Lanier

Though Lanier was indentured towards the Earl of Salisbury until 1607 he received paymnets for a few of his services through the Cecil family and Hatfield Home before that date. In 1616 he joined up with the King’s Musick, playing the lute. He previously previously performed prior to the courtroom …

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Robert Ballard

Though Ballard and his historical family were involved with musical printing there is certainly little if any evidence to point whether Robert was a composer. The Le Roy & Ballard business of printing, nevertheless, published an incredible corpus of musical functions including books of chansons, psalms, motets, and instrumental parts …

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Johann Andreas Herbst

Herbst’s compositions had been clearly indicative from the changeover from Renaissance to early Baroque music in Germany. He helped to develope and pass on the concertato design and was a head in presenting the basso continuo design. Herbst constructed no instrumental music of itself and his vocal functions included cantatas, …

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