John Jenkins (composer)
|Died||27 October 1678|
John Jenkins (1592–1678) was an English composer. He became famous for writing music for small groups for amateurs and gentlemen to perform in their houses. He performed at court for King Charles I. After the Restoration he was appointed as a court musician.
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- Ashbee, Andrew. "Jenkins, John." Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Oxford University Press, (subscription required) accessed 6 February 2016.