Pelham Humfrey  (1647-1674)
Last updated: 02.04.23
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, Pelham Humfrey [or Humphrey] was an English composer who studied in France and Italy and was in Service to Charles II. Wrote music to plays including Shakespeare's "The Tempest", also church music, vocal solos and duets, etc. One of Henry Purcell's teachers.
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11 pages.
Arr./Editor: Imogen Holst
Publisher: Schott & Co. Ltd. (ST10043)