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Raynor Taylor

The majority of Taylor’s surviving compositions were written using the purpose of teaching. They consist of harpsichord sonatas, string sonatas, divertimenti, vocal functions and the enthusiastic opera “The Ethiop.” He was a choirboy in the Chapel Royal and sang in the funeral assistance for Handel. He became an organist for …

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