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Tomás de Torrejón y Velasco

Given birth to in Spain and getting an appointment towards the support of Pedro Fernandez de Cadiz con Andrade, Torrejon con Velasco adopted his patron to the brand new Globe where he became the choir grasp in the Cathedral in Lima. His opinion was so extremely well known that musical …

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Robert Ramsey

There is nothing known about the life span of Robert Ramsey aside from his support to Trinity University because the organist from 1628 until 1644. The compositions related to him consist of early types of British monody, motets, gathers and British chapel music. “What tears, dear Prince,” “Te Deum,” “Jubilate,” …

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