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Hayden, Georgelocked

(d. 1722?)
  • L. M. Middleton
  • , revised by K. D. Reynolds


Hayden, George (d. 1722?), composer, was organist of the church of St Mary Magdalen, Bermondsey, from December 1713 until his death, which probably took place in the summer of 1722. He composed three italianate cantatas, Martillo, Thyrsis, and Neptune and Amymone (1717), which achieved some success and were approved by both ...

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