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'''Biography'''
 
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Organist at Worcester Cathedral "in the closing years of the 16th century." (Little is known of Nathaniel Patrick that isn't derived from the title-page of his one printed work (now lost): "Songs of Sundrye Natures, whereof some are Divine, some are madrigalles and the rest psalms and hymns in Latin, by Nathaniel Patrick, sometyme Master of the Children of the Cathedral Church of Worcester and organist of the same" (1597). The small handful of consort songs that survive in manuscript are probably derived from this source.
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Organist at Worcester Cathedral "in the closing years of the 16th century." Little else is known of Nathaniel Patrick that isn't derived from the title-page of his one printed work (now lost): "Songs of Sundrye Natures, whereof some are Divine, some are madrigalles and the rest psalms and hymns in Latin, by Nathaniel Patrick, sometyme Master of the Children of the Cathedral Church of Worcester and organist of the same" (1597). The small handful of consort songs that survive in manuscript are probably derived from this source.
  
 
==List of choral works==
 
==List of choral works==

Revision as of 17:28, 24 July 2021

Life

Born: 1569

Died: 1595

Biography

Organist at Worcester Cathedral "in the closing years of the 16th century." Little else is known of Nathaniel Patrick that isn't derived from the title-page of his one printed work (now lost): "Songs of Sundrye Natures, whereof some are Divine, some are madrigalles and the rest psalms and hymns in Latin, by Nathaniel Patrick, sometyme Master of the Children of the Cathedral Church of Worcester and organist of the same" (1597). The small handful of consort songs that survive in manuscript are probably derived from this source.

List of choral works

Service in G minor

Other works

References:

  • "Dotted Crotchet". 1905. Worcester Cathedral. The Musical Times 46:705-714, November 1, 1905.

 
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