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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Johann Christoph Pepusch [also known in England as John Christopher] was a German-born composer (also organist) who settled in London about 1700, and died there. Arranged the music for the original setting of "The Beggar's Opera"; also composed other stage music, church music, concertos, etc., and wrote theoretical treatises.
Pepusch has 4 Preludes copied in Manuscript Music Book.
Recorder Music CDs:
Frans Brüggen on "Frans Brüggen Edition Vol. 03 (Englische Ensemblemusik)"
Carl Dolmetsch on "Carl Dolmetsch"
Manfred Harras on "L'arte del flauto dolce"
Hans Maria Kneihs on "Baroque Recorder Sonatas - 2"
Clas Pehrsson on "Italian and English Music for Recorder and Lute"
Clas Pehrsson on "Renaissance Recorder Music / Clas Pehrsson, Jakob Lindberg"
Valery Proshutinsky on "Deutsche Barockmusik aus russischer Sicht"
Frode Thorsen on "The Lonely Shepherd: Cantatas by J. C. Pepusch"