Difference between revisions of "Robert White"

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Latest revision as of 23:19, 29 March 2021

Aliases: Whyte, Robert

Life

Born: c. 1538

Died: November 1574

Biography "Yong Whyte" is mentioned in 1553 and sang at Trinity College under Thomas Preston 1555-62. He worked at Ely and Chester before becoming Master of Choristers at Westminster in the winter of 1569-1570; he later died in the plague.

View the Wikipedia article on Robert White.

List of choral works

The following work list differs somewhat from New Grove's, which only includes 2 settings for viols of Christ qui lux es:

 
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Publications

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