William Turner

English composer. Born 1651. Died 13 January 1740
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William Turner

William Turner Biography (Wikipedia)

William Turner (1651/2–13 January 1740, London) was a composer and countertenor of the Baroque era. A contemporary of John Blow and Henry Purcell, he is best remembered for his verse anthems, of which over forty survive. As a singer, he was a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal from 1669 until his death.

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Nunc Dimittis in A major
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Nunc Dimittis in A major
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Magnificat in A major
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Magnificat in A major
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Psalm 40
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