John Blow

John Blow (baptised 23 February 1649 – 1 October 1708) was an English composer and organist of the Baroque period. Appointed organist of Westminster Abbey in late 1668, his pupils included William Croft, Jeremiah Clarke and Henry Purcell. In 1685 he was named a private musician to James II. His only stage composition, ''Venus and Adonis'' (ca. 1680–1687), is thought to have influenced Henry Purcell's later opera ''Dido and Aeneas''. In 1687, he became choirmaster at St Paul's Cathedral, where many of his pieces were performed. In 1699 he was appointed to the newly created post of Composer to the Chapel Royal. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Blow, John
Published 1950
Harvard University Press Alexander Street Press

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by Blow, John
Published 1702
printed by William Pearson, for Henry Playford, and sold by him at his Shop in the Temple-Change Fleet-Street; and J. Hare, at the Golden Viol in St. Paul's Church-Yard, and at his Shop in Freeman's-Yard in Corn-Hill

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by Blow, John
Published 1707
printed by William Pearson for Henry Playford, and sold by him at his house in Arundel-Street in the Strand; and all musick-shops in town and country

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by Blow, John
Published 1707
printed by William Pearson for Henry Playford, and sold by him at his House in Arundel-Street in the Strand; and J. Hare at the Golden Viol and Flute in Cornhill

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by Blow, John
Published 1701
printed by W. Pearson, for Henry Playford, at his Shop in the Temple-Change Fleet-Street, or at his House over-against the Blue-Ball in Arundel-Street in the Strand; where the First and Second Books of Pills are to be had

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by Blow, John
Published 1720
printed by William Pearson, and sold by John Young musical-instrument-maker at the Dolphin and Crown at the West End of St. Paul's Church, London