Robert Stone (composer)

Robert Stone
Robert Stone (1516 – 2 July 1613) was an English composer and member of the Chapel Royal.wikipedia
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Alphington, Devon

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He was born in Alphington, Devon, England.

Chapel Royal

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Robert Stone (1516 – 2 July 1613) was an English composer and member of the Chapel Royal.

England

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He was born in Alphington, Devon, England.

Yeoman

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His name is recorded as a member of the Chapel Royal in 1546 as a yeoman, though he was later promoted to a gentleman; he remained active there into the seventeenth century.

James VI and I

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At the coronation of James I, he was fourth in seniority, senior to William Byrd.

William Byrd

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At the coronation of James I, he was fourth in seniority, senior to William Byrd.

Lord's Prayer

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Among his best-known works is the setting of the Lord's Prayer, written around 1550.

John Day (printer)

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It was first printed by John Day in Certaine Notes (1565) and its free rhythmic structure resembles the French vers mesuré.

Musique mesurée

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It was first printed by John Day in Certaine Notes (1565) and its free rhythmic structure resembles the French vers mesuré.

Gentleman of the Chapel Royal

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