Edward Hygons

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Aliases: Higgons, Higgins, Hyggyn, Higons (not the same as the Richard Hygons whose composition is included in the Eton Choirbook

Life

Born: 1470?

Died: 1538

Biography:
Musician thought to possibly be responsible for the existence of the Eton Choirbook, as well as the Lambeth Choirbook and the Caius Choirbook. Master of the collegiate church of the Holy Trinity at Arundel, where he was succeeded by Alan Percy some time between 1535 and 1539.

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List of choral works


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