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Blich, Richardlocked

  • Roger Bowers

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(flc1370). English musician. The sole extant reference to his work occurs in the text of the motet Sub Arturo/Fons citharizancium/In omnem terram (see Alanus, Johannes, perhaps composed in 1372 or 1373. Its upper voice praises some 14 English musicians, recording a lively and productive group of composers, singers and instrumentalists then active in court circles, of whom Richard Blich was one: his ‘works please both holy people and rulers’. All the named musicians so far identified were active at some point in their careers in the English Chapel Royal between about ...

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Acta musicologica