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John Scudamore

Lay Clerk

Westminster Abbey

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Westminster Abbey

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Lay Clerk

Norwich Cathedral


Musician

Peace


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Early English Musick: Early English Baroque 1575-1625, Elizabethan and Jacobean

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ADSON, John (d. 1640).English musician.1614-2u: London wait.1633-1640: Musician in Ordinary for flutes and cornet.1634: Musician in The Triumph of Peace (Masque). 16uu-1u: In service of Sir John Scudamore, Knight. AMERY (EMERIE), John (d. 1623).English musician.1575-76: Lay clerk of Westminster Abbey.157u-9u: Lay clerk of Norwich Cathedral.159(5)-1623: Gentleman of the King's Chappell. AMNER, John (1585-1645).


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