Born: c. 1703
Died: June 1758
John Travers was a choirboy at St. George's Chapel, Windsor and a pupil of Maurice Greene and Johann Christoph Pepusch. He was organist at several parish churches in London, including St. Paul's, Covent Garden (1727) and Fulham. He was appointed organist to the Chapel Royal in 1737 and remained in that post until his death in 1758.
Sources: Wikipedia and Keith Johnson, All Music Guide
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List of choral works
- Ascribe unto the Lord
- Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in F
- When Bibo thought fit
- Keep, we beseech Thee
- Te Deum
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- 18 Canzonets for Two and Three Voices, (London: John Simpson, 1746), written for various combinations of voice parts and continuo.
- The Whole Book of Psalms for one to five voices
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