Henry Heron (1738 – 1795)

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Henry Heron Henry Heron (1738 – 1795) was a dancing and music teacher in London during the second half of the 18th century and for many years organist of St Mary’s, Ewell, then at the […]

Thomas Sanders Dupuis (1733 – 1796)

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See below for recordings of Dupuis’ music Thomas Sanders Dupuis (1733 – 1796) was Organist and Composer to King George III, highly regarded as a performer, and best known today for a set of organ […]

Starling Goodwin (1711 – 1774)

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Starling Goodwin A blind 18th century musician based in London, England, Starling Goodwin wrote music both for church use and public concerts. Surviving examples of his work include voluntaries for organ or harpsichord and a number of popular […]

John Christmas Beckwith (1759 – 1809)

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John Christmas Beckwith John Christmas Beckwith (1759 – 1809) was an 18th century English composer with an original and distinct style which was recognised and noted by his contemporaries at a time when most lived […]

John Alcock (1715 – 1806)

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See below for a recording of John Alcock’s music John Alcock was born in London on the 11th April, 1715, in Crane Court, St Peter’s Hill, between St Paul’s Cathedral and the River Thames. This […]

William Walond (1719 – 1768)

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See below for recordings of William Walond’s music William Walond (1719 – 1768) was an organist and composer who appears who have spent all his life based in Oxford. He was not an academic but […]