George Kirbye

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Born: 1565

Died: 1634

Biography: George Kirbye was an English composer of the late Tudor period and early Jacobean era. He was one of the members of the English Madrigal School, but also composed sacred music. His most significant musical contributions were the psalm settings he wrote for Este's Psalter in 1592, the madrigals he wrote for the Triumphs of Oriana (1601), the famous collection dedicated to Elizabeth I, and an independent set of madrigals published in 1597.

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List of choral works

1. Secular Songs

2. Sacred Songs

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