Barrett, John c1674-1719 England, ? - London
harpsichordist, organist, 1686-1691 chorister under John Blow at the Chapel Royal, 25.aug.1693 until death organist of St Mary-at-Hill in London, 28.sep.1697 until death music master at Christ's Hospital in London Greyfriars ; he may have been the John Barret who married Mary Saunders 9.mar.1711 at St Mary-at-Hill

Title Parts

Sonata in D. Trumpet, oboe and strings. 1700
used as overture for Tunbridge Walks 1703
Michael Laird, Frank de Bruine, Parley of Instruments / Peter Holman. Hyperion 66817

[] Prince Eugenes health. London 1702
words Thomas D'Urfey

[] The Duke of Ormonds health. London c1702
words Thomas D'Urfey
in A collection of the choicest songs & dialogues, Walsh

[] Pretty, pretty Phyllis. A song
sung by Miss Bradshaw at the consort in York-buildings
pub T. Cross, London 1702

[] In vain do silly men pretend. Song. London ?1703
[] How vain a woman is, a song. London c1703
[] The three Goddesses, or the Glory of Tunbridg Wells. Song. London ?1710
the words by Mr. Durfey, made to a tune of Mr. Barretts, within ye compas of ye flute

[] There was an a swain full flair. London 1713
sung in the comedy call'd The wife of Bath
the words by Mr. John Gay

[] The happy pair, a song. London c1715
sung by Mrs. Linsey in York Buildings

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