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Komponist

Jeremiah Clarke

 

Vita

English composer. A chorister of the Chapel Royal under John Blow in London by 1685 through 1692?. Held the post of organist at Winchester College from 1692 until 1695. From 1699 was vicar-choral, then organist, then almoner and Master of the Choristers (succeeding his teacher John Blow in 1704) at St. Paul's Cathedral, London. In addition, from 1700 was a Gentleman Extraordinary of the Chapel Royal and from 1704 until his death (by suicide) organist there (jointly with William Croft). He composed services and anthems, psalms and hymns; ceremonial odes, much music for plays and other stage works and instrumental music.

Jeremiah Clarke is best known for a Trumpet Voluntary arranged for trumpet and organ by Henry Wood and attributed by Wood to Henry Purcell. Clarke published it with the title "The Prince of Denmark's March" in a collection of harpsichord pieces in 1700; but Clarke also included it among some pieces for winds.

 

 


Titel in der Edition Dohr

The Prince of Denmark's March

in: Hochzeitsmusik für Orgel - Sammelband
(mit ausführlichem Einführungstext und Audio-CD, eingespielt von Andreas Meisner)

86 S., 3. Auflage

M-2020-0570-5
EURO 22,80

The Prince of Denmark's March

für Orgel eingerichtet von Andreas Meisner

(Hochzeitsmusik für Orgel Vol. 10)

M-2020-0580-4
EURO 4,80


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