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Grabu [Grabeu, Grabue, Grabut, Grebus], Luis [Louis, Lewis]locked

  • Peter Holman

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(fl 1665–94). Catalan violinist and composer working in England. On 2 April 1665 ‘Lodovicus Grabeu of Shalon in Catalunnia’ was married to Catherine de Loes of Paris in the Catholic chapel at St James's Palace, London. He perhaps came from the coastal village of Salou, south of Tarragona, and presumably met his bride in Paris. He was probably responsible for bringing Robert Cambert to England in ...

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