Benjamin Milgrove

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Life

Born: 1731

Died: 1810

Biography

Precentor or organist (or both) at the Countess of Huntingdon's Chapel in Bath. Also a "toyman" or owner of a fancy shop in Bond Street.

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List of choral works


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Publications

  • Sixteen hymns As they are sung At the Right Honourable The Countess of Huntingdon's Chappel in Bath Set to Music by Benjn. Milgrove. [Book 1st.] Printed and Published According to Act of Parliament. 1768.
  • Twelve hymns As they are sung At the Right Honourable The Countess of Huntingdon's Chappel in Bath Set to mMusic by Benjn. Milgrove. Book 2nd. Printed and Published According to Act of Parliament. 1771.
  • Twelve hymns and a favourite lyric poem written by Doctor Watts; set to music for four, and five voices, with organ accompaniments… Book III. Printed for the author, and sold at his house in Bond Street, Bath, 1781.
  • The rose had been wash'd, as sung…by Miss Quarman, at the Villa Gardens, Bath, etc. Printed for the Author, Bath. 1785.

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