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Composer William Boyce

William Boyce - Small Photo
1710 - 1779

One of the foremost English composers of church music, known also for his symphonies and as an organist and musical editor.  Boyce was a chorister and later a student of the organ at St. Paul's Cathedral. His career as a composer was closely related to his many official positions. He became composer to the Chapel Royal in 1736, and many of his anthems and church services were written for use there and at other London churches of which he was organist.  (Read more - Wikipedia article.)

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