Peter Philips

Peter Philips (also ''Phillipps'', ''Phillips'', ''Pierre Philippe'', ''Pietro Philippi'', ''Petrus Philippus''; ''c.''1560–1628) was an eminent English composer, organist, and Catholic priest exiled to Flanders. He was one of the greatest keyboard virtuosos of his time, and transcribed or arranged several Italian motets and madrigals by such composers as Lassus, Palestrina, and Giulio Caccini for his instruments. Some of his keyboard works are found in the ''Fitzwilliam Virginal Book''. Philips also wrote many sacred choral works. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Philips, Peter, 1561-1628,
Published 2010
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Published 2003
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