Henry Purcell

Henry Purcell (, rare: ; The stress on the second syllable is sometimes heard today, as mentioned by the Longman Pronunciation Dictionary, but it and the Oxford Companion to Music emphasise that stress on the first syllable is the standard pronunciation in both the United Kingdom and North America. The stress on the second syllable is so rare that some English dictionaries do not even mention it, such as the [https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/purcell Collins English Dictionary] and the [https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/henry-purcell Oxford Learner's Dictionary].|group=n}} September 1659, there is uncertainty regarding the year and day of birth. No record of baptism has been found. The year 1659 is based on Purcell's memorial tablet in Westminster Abbey and the frontispiece of his ''Sonnata's of III. Parts'' (London, 1683). The day 10 September is based on vague inscriptions in the manuscript ''GB-Cfm 88''. It may also be relevant that he was appointed to his first salaried post on 10 September 1677, which would have been his 18th birthday.|group=n}} – 21 November 1695) was an English composer of Baroque music.

Purcell's musical style was uniquely English, although it incorporated Italian and French elements. Generally considered among the greatest English opera composers, Purcell has been assessed with John Dunstaple and William Byrd as England's most important early music composers. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1848
Alexander Street Press Musical Antiquarian Society Publications

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1950
Alexander Street Press Harvard University Press

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1813
Musical Antiquarian Society

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1842
printed for the members of the Musical Antiquarian Society by Chappell Alexander Street Press

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1950
Harvard University Press Alexander Street Press

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1780
Printed by John Fowler

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1702
printed by William Pearson, for Henry Playford, at His Shop in the Temple-Change, Fleet-Street

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1707
Sold by J. Walsh, Servant to Her Majesty, at the Harp and Hoboy in Katherine-Street, near Somerset-House in the Strand; J. Hare, instrument-maker, at the Golden Viol and Flute in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange; and P. Randall, instrument-seller, at the Violin and Lute, by Paulsgrave-Head Court, without Temple-Bar, in the Strand

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by Purcell, Henry
Published 1706
Printed by William Pearson, and sold by John Young, at the Dolphin and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard

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by Shakespeare, William
Published 1790
printed for Benjamin Goodison
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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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
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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by Dryden, John
Published 1736
printed by R. Walker, next the White-Horse-Inn, Fleet-Street
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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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
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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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
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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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
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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by Blow, John
Published 1726
printed by William Pearson, and sold by John Young musical-instrument-maker
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...

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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
Other Authors: ...Purcell, Henry...