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John Bartlet (Composer)

Flourished: 1606, England

Died: 1610

Nationality: English

John Bartlet, also John Bartlett, was an English Renaissance composer. He was employed as a musician by Sir Edward Seymour, Earl Hertford (1539–1621), and accompanied him on a diplomatic visit to Brussels in 1605. In Bartlet's only publication he describes himself as a "Gentleman and Practitioner in this art," claiming a connection to a coat of arms.

Bartlet's only publication was A Booke of Ayres with a Triplicitie of Musicke, published in 1606.

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