John Shore (trumpeter)
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For the British official of the East India Company, see John Shore, 1st Baron Teignmouth.
John Shore (c. 1662 – 1752) was an English trumpeter. He invented the tuning fork in 1711. Shore was Sergeant Trumpeter to the court, who had parts specifically written for him by both George Frideric Handel and Henry Purcell.
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