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It’s the last day of our hugely exciting trivia section… *sob*
Here are the final titbits for your musical pleasure:
Johann Hermann Schein (1586-1630) was a German composer of the early Baroque era and was afflicted with poor health- his wife died in childbirth; four of his five children died in infancy; he died at age 44, having suffered from tuberculosis, gout, scurvy and a kidney disorder.
Hugh Aston (1485-1558) was an English composer of the early Tudor period. His initial salary at The Newarke (a musical institution in Leicester) was £10 a year, only £2 a year less than that of the Dean. Listen to his Hornpype (which we’re playing on Friday) here.
William Brade (1560-1630) was an English composer, violinist, and viol player of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras and liked to change jobs frequently- during his career, he moved 13 times!
If you’d like to hear more music from these composers, why not try one of our hour-long concerts at Kings Place?
Concerts start tomorrow night from 6.45pm and more details can be found on our website.