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Giles, Nathaniellocked

(c. 1558–1634)
  • Neville Wridgway

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Giles, Nathaniel (c. 1558–1634), choirmaster and composer, was born in or near Worcester, the son of William Giles, of a well-known local family—that he was the son of Thomas Giles has been disproved. Giles became a clerk of Magdalen College, Oxford, for the year 1577—the claim that he was a chorister of ...

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