See also:English composers of
See also:music . Until 1764 he wrote chiefly for the theatre (incidental songs,
See also:pantomime music, and an
See also:opera in collaboration with Michael
See also:Arne, the son of
See also:Thomas Arne), but his later compositions are chiefly glees,
See also:part-songs and church music . In 1763 he had married a
See also:singer at Covent
See also:Garden theatre where he was harpsichordist . She retired from her profession when she married; and her
See also:death in 1777 so crushed him that he composed no more .
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