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Tye, Christopherlocked

  • Paul Doe
  •  and David Mateer


(bc1505; d before March 15, 1573). English composer.

The date and place of Tye’s birth are unknown, but as he later spent much of his life in Cambridge, Ely and neighbouring parishes, he may well have been born in the eastern counties of England, where the name was common. The first certain references to him are in Cambridge: in ...

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