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Maurice Greene

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12 August 1696 - 1 December 1755

Intro to Greene

Maurice Greene or Maurice Green may refer to: Maurice Greene (composer) (1696–1755), English composer and organist Maurice Greene (athlete) (born 1974), American athlete Maurice Green (journalist) (1906–1987), English newspaper editor Maurice Green (photographer) (1931–2008), Anglo-Indian writer and photographer
Lord Let Me Know Mine End
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Overture in D Major from "Six Overtures for the Harpscicord"
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Overture in D Major from "Six Overtures for the Harpscicord"
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Overture in D Major from "Six Overtures for the Harpscicord"
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Greene: Thou Visitest the Earth
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Greene: O Clap Your Hands Together
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O clap your hands
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6 Overtures … in 7 Parts: Overture No. 1 in D major: I. Allegro assai
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O praise the Lord (from anthem 'Praise the Lord, O my soul') - 1997 Remastered Version
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I will lay me down in peace (from anthem 'O God of my righteousness') - 1997 Remastered Version
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Explore Greene's music

The English Anthem Collection
A Treasury of English Keyboard Music
Jubilate - 500 Years Of Cathedral Music
The Trinity Hall Harpsichord by Andrew Garlick, After Goujon 1748
Songs From The Pleasure Garden
Kathleen Ferrier - The Complete EMI Recordings
Anthems from the 17th and 18th Centuries
One Day in Thy Courts - Settings of the Psalms
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