William Simmes

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William Simmes (c. 1575 – c. 1625) was an English Renaissance composer and musician who was in service to the Earl of Dorset in 1608.

Recordings[edit]

  • Renaissance Brass Music - Eastman Brass Quintet, Paris Instrumental Ensemble, Florian Hollard. Philip Collins, Daniel Patrylak, Verne Reynolds, Donald Knaub, Cherry Beauregard. ADD CD, Vox Allegretto ACD 8154, 1993, 76 mins.
  • Rise, O My Soul - Les Voix Humaines, Christopher Jackson. DDD CD, ATMA Classique, ASIN: B000OYAYH6, June 2007.

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