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us: Coperario, John, approximately 1570-1626

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    • us: Cooper, John, approximately 1570-1626
    • us: Coperario, Giovanni, approximately 1570-1626
    • us: Coperario, Jean, approximately 1570-1626
    • us: Coperario, John, ca. 1570-1626
    • us: Coprario, Giovanni, approximately 1570-1626
    • us: Coprario, John, approximately 1570-1626
    • us: Cowper, John, approximately 1570-1626
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        (edtf) 1570~
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        (edtf) 1626
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      Coperario, John, ca. 1570-1626Coperario, John,ca. 1570-1626
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    • found: Four suites in 3 parts with organ, 1942.
    • found: John Coprario, 1977 (John Coprario; real name John Cooper or Cowper)
    • found: New Grove, 2nd ed. (Coprario (Coperario, Cooper, Cowper), John (Giovanni); b. ?ca. 1570-80, d. ca. June 1626, ?London; English composer, viol player and teacher)
    • found: BL database, 14 Apr. 2003 (hdg.: Coprario, John, ca. 1575-ca. 1626)
    • found: Oxford DNB online, Apr. 19, 2010 (Coprario, John (d. 1626), composer and musician, was, despite his name, evidently of English descent; in 1625, Charles made Coprario his composer-in-ordinary, but this appointment, the climax of his career, was short-lived. He was replaced by Alfonso Ferrabosco the younger in July 1626 'in the place of John Copreario deceased' (Charteris, John Coprario): his death, in London, must have occurred about June of that year.)
    • found: Wikipedia, Apr. 19, 2010 (John Cooper (around 1570-1626), also known as Giovanni Coprario or Coperario, was an English composer, viol player and lutenist. He changed his name in the early 17th century)
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    • [For uniform titles use the numbers in Richard Charteris's thematic catalogue, e.g. [Fantasias, viols (4), RC 18]]
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