James Corfe

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Life

Born: 1713

Died: c.1765

Biography

Tenor and organist. He was a chorister at Salisbury Cathedral from 1722 to 1729. He sang in Handel's operas and oratorios from c1733 to 1744 and in Messiah in Bath on 17 May 1755. He became organist at the Portuguese Embassy Chapel.

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List of choral works

 


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Publications

Twelve English songs with their symphonies (op.1), c.1740,
Six English songs for two and three voices (op.2), c.1745
A Collection of songs for one two and three voices (op. 3), c.1745

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