Difference between revisions of "John Mundy"

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*{{NoCo|De Lamentatione}}   ( [{{filepath:MundyJ-DeLamentatione.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [{{filepath:MundyJ-DeLamentatione.mid}} {{mid}}] )
 
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*''Dominus illuminatio mea''
 
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*{{NoCo|In te Domine speravi}}   ( [{{filepath:MundyJ-InTeDomine.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [{{filepath:MundyJ-InTeDomine.mid}} {{mid}}] )
 
*{{NoCo|In te Domine speravi}}   ( [{{filepath:MundyJ-InTeDomine.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [{{filepath:MundyJ-InTeDomine.mid}} {{mid}}] )

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Life

Born: c.1555

Died: 1630

Biography Son of William Mundy.

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