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Roseingrave, Thomas (1688-1766)

Thomas Roseingrave

born: 1688
died: 23 June 1766
country: United Kingdom

Roseingrave was born in Winchester in 1688, the son of an organist and composer. He studied at Trinity College, Dublin, and in Venice, and established himself in London in the 1720s, becoming organist of St George’s Hanover Square in 1725. His later years were clouded by madness; he was forced to relinquish his post in 1744 and returned to Dublin around 1750, where he died in 1766.

from notes by Peter Holman © 1994


Roseingrave: Keyboard Music
CDA66564Archive Service
English 18th-century Keyboard Concertos
CDH55341Helios (Hyperion's budget label)

Alphabetical listing of all musical works

Concerto in D major (Roseingrave)
Fugue in F major  
Fugue in G major  
Six Double Fugues for the Organ and Harpsicord (Roseingrave)
Suite in E flat major (Roseingrave)
Suite in E minor (Roseingrave)
Suite in F minor (Roseingrave)
Suite in G major (Roseingrave)
Voluntary in G minor  
Voluntary in G minor?  
Voluntarys and Fugues made on purpose for the Organ or Harpsicord (Roseingrave)

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