Thomas Coring

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Thomas Coring (dates unknown) was an English organist.

Career[edit]

Coring was a Lay Vicar of Chichester Cathedral and was employed as the Organist from midsummer 1550 and is thought to have been replaced by 1557[1] as the cathedral records list him as a singer.[2] He resumed his position in 1561.[3]

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Cultural offices
Preceded by
William Campion
Organist
of Chichester Cathedral

1550-1557
Succeeded by
Edward Piper
Preceded by
Edward Piper
Organist
of Chichester Cathedral

1561-1565
Succeeded by
Michael Woods