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Edmund Turges (Composer)

Born: c. 1450, Petworth, UK

Died: 1508

Nationality: English

Edmund Turges thought to be also Edmund Sturges (fl. 1507–1508) was an English Renaissance era composer who came from Petworth, was ordained by Bishop Ridley in 155 0, and joined the Fraternity of St. Nicholas (the London Guild of Parish Clerks) in 1522.

Several works are listed in the name of Turges in the Eton Choirbook, which survived Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries between 1536 and 1541. Turges also has a Magnificat extant in the Caius Choirbook, and compositions in the Fayrfax Boke.

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