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Richard Sampson was the organist of St. John's, [[wikipedia:Wakefield|Wakefield]]: as well as contributing several tunes to William Dechair Tattersall's ''Improved Psalmody'' (1794), he compiled a collection ''Ancient Church-Music'', consisting of well-known psalm tunes arranged in three parts, which was published c1799.
 
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Revision as of 20:40, 19 October 2011

Life

Born: Unknown

Died: 1806

Biography
Richard Sampson was the organist of St. John's, Wakefield: as well as contributing several tunes to William Dechair Tattersall's Improved Psalmody (1794), he compiled a collection Ancient Church-Music, consisting of well-known psalm tunes arranged in three parts, which was published c1799.

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Publications

  • Ancient Church-Music, London: H. L. Galabin, [c1799]

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