Thomas Damett

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Born: ca. 1390

Died: July-August 1436


"After a period as Rector of Stockton, Wilts., he was a chaplain in the Chapel Royal of Henry V and Henry VI from 1414 through the 1430s, traveling to the French and Burgundian courts, and held prebends at St. Paul's Cathedral (from 1428) and (from 1431) St George's, Windsor. Most of his music survives in the Old Hall Manuscript, including four Glorias, two each in the treble-dominated and the more chordal style, and an isorhythmic motet."

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  • Whent, Chris. no date. Research Period IIIC. John Dunstable and his time. Online. Accessed 14 June 2022.

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