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Jeremy Clarke was born in England in 1674. This composer belonged to the Baroque period, and died in 1707. Jeremiah Clarke

Jeremiah Clarke (1674-1707) was an English  composer who wrote music for the church, for the state, and for the theatre. As a child he sang at King James II's coronation in 1685.  He became organist at Winchester College, then at St Paul's Cathedral, London. Later he also became a joint organist at the Chapel Royal. At the young age of 33, he shot himself after a depressing end to a love affair, and is buried at St. Paul's.

His most famous work is the Trumpet Voluntary, or The Prince of Denmark's March, which was for a long time, mistakenly attributed to Purcell.


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