Nathaniel Giles

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Life

Born: c.1558

Died: 1634

Biography

Nathaniel Giles was an English Renaissance organist and composer. He was the organist at Worcester Cathedral and wrote a small amount of Anglican service music, some motets and a handful of other works. While Master of the Children of the Chapel Royal he took over Blackfriars Theatre and there he worked with Ben Jonson on a children's company. He was also a master of the Choir of St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle and an organist at Westminster Abbey.

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