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The evening canticles to the Second Service were composed by [[William Mundy]] in tribute to Parsons.
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Revision as of 11:45, 27 February 2014

Disambig colour.svg "Parsons" redirects here. You may be looking for William Parsons. See also the disambiguation page for Parsons.

Life

Born: c.1530

Died: 25 January 1571/2

Biography

View the Wikipedia article on Robert Parsons.

Note there are two contemporaries named Robert Parsons. The first (also spelt Robert Persons) is an Anglo-Catholic/Jesuit priest who lived from 1546-1610, whilst the other is Robert Parsons, the composer, whose dates are thought to be c.1530-1572.

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The evening canticles to the Second Service were composed by William Mundy in tribute to Parsons.

English anthems

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