Richard Pygott

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Aliases: Pygot, Biggotte

Life

Born: c. 1482?

Died: late 1552

Biography By 1517 Pygott was Master of the Children in Cardinal Wolsey’s household chapel. After the later's death (1530) he became a Gentleman of the Chapel Royal. A codicil to his will is dated Oct. 2 1552.

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List of choral works



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Publications

  • N.J. Sandon: The Henrician Partbooks belonging to Peterhouse, Cambridge (Cambridge, University Library, Peterhouse Manuscripts 471–474): a Study, with Restorations of the Incomplete Compositions Contained in them (diss., U. of Exeter, 1983)

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