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The Life and Works of Philip Rosseter by John Jeffreys

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"The first half of Philip Rosseter's life mostly remains, in spite of prolonged and persistent searches, a closed book until the year of his marriage in 1597. At this time he was a resident of that part of Fleet Street within the parish of St.Brides, or St.Bridget's as it was known. He counted amoungst his friends the versatile Thomas Campion, who resied close by in The Whitefriars. These two maintained a life-long friendship and were clearly on amicable terms, with the great John Dowland abd his family, whose home was then also in Fleet Street."

This book discusses the life and works of 17th Century composer, Philip Rosseter.

Condition: The book has been read and is not marred by notes, highlighting or underlining. The pages are intact and the spine is undamaged. Book includes examples of music and a few illustrations.

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Author(s):
John Jeffreys
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
202 x 141 x 90 mm
Edition:
First (1960)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951372017
ISBN-13:
9780951372012
Number of pages:
97
Publisher:
Roberton Publications
Title:
The Life and Works of Philip Rosseter

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"The first half of Philip Rosseter's life mostly remains, in spite of prolonged and persistent searches, a closed book until the year of his marriage in 1597. At this time he was a resident of that part of Fleet Street within the parish of St.Brides, or St.Bridget's as it was known. He counted amoungst his friends the versatile Thomas Campion, who resied close by in The Whitefriars. These two maintained a life-long friendship and were clearly on amicable terms, with the great John Dowland abd his family, whose home was then also in Fleet Street."

This book discusses the life and works of 17th Century composer, Philip Rosseter.

Condition: The book has been read and is not marred by notes, highlighting or underlining. The pages are intact and the spine is undamaged. Book includes examples of music and a few illustrations.

Author(s):
John Jeffreys
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
202 x 141 x 90 mm
Edition:
First (1960)
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0951372017
ISBN-13:
9780951372012
Number of pages:
97
Publisher:
Roberton Publications
Title:
The Life and Works of Philip Rosseter

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