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Farrant, Richardlocked

  • Peter Le Huray
  •  and John Morehen


(b ?c1525–30; d London, Nov 30, 1580). English cathedral musician and composer. His name first appears in a list of Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal (GB–Lbl Stowe 571, f.36) in the summer of 1552. It seems that he had only recently joined the choir, for he was placed 31st in the list of 32 fully stipendiary Gentlemen. He continued to sing in the choir during the reign of Mary Tudor, resigning his post in ...

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