John Bull  (1563-1628)
Last updated: 03.07.20
According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, John Bull was an English composer and organist at Chapel Royal, London; first professor of music at Gresham College, London, 1596. He left England in 1613 and in 1617 became cathedral organist at Antwerp, where he died. He wrote notable pieces for the keyboard (one of them the probable source for "God Save the Queen"), also music for viols and church music.
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book15.gif  Dr John Bull 1562 1628 Leigh Henry flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif flag15ca.gif
book15.gif  The Keyboard Music of John Bull Walker E. Cunningham flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif flag15de.gif flag15fr.gif
book15.gif  A Portrait of John Bull, c. 1563-1628 Paul Chappell flag15us.gif flag15uk.gif
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Recorder Sheet Music
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Score and Parts.
Publisher: Hawthorns Music (HARA062)
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Publisher: Polyphonic Publications (PP00111)