See also:English musician, of whose
See also:life little more is known than that he was attached to the
See also:court of
See also:Henry, son of
See also:James I . His
See also:works also are few, but they are sufficient to show the high stage of efficiency and musical knowledge which the English school had attained at the beginning of the 17th century . They consist of canons and other concerted pieces of vocal
See also:music, mostly with
See also:lute accompaniment . The chief collection of his works is entitled Musike of Sundrie Kinds set forth in Two Books, &c . (1607), and the histories of music by
See also:Burney and
See also:Hawkins give specimens of his
See also:art . Together with Dowland, immortalized in one of
See also:Shakespeare's sonnets,
See also:Ford is the chief representative of the school which preceded Henry Lawes .
RICHARD FORD (1796-1858)
FRANCIS FORDE (d. 1770)
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