Nymphs and Shepherds by Henry Purcell

Nymphs and Shepherds

Henry Purcell
Born: 10 September 1659, London, UK
Nationality: English
Died: 21 November 1695, London, UK

Henry Purcell 1659-1695

Purcell was a composer of a uniquely English form of Baroque music which incorporated Italian and French elements. He is one of the greatest English composers and the most famous before the 20th century’s Elgar, Williams, and Britten

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