|Short Name:||James Nares|
|Full Name:||Nares, James, 1715-1783|
Born: April 19, 1715, Stanwell, Middlesex, England.
Died: February 10, 1783.
Buried: St. Margaret’s, Westminster, England.
After his family moved to Oxford, Nares became a chorister in the Chapel Royal. He later became deputy organist at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor; organist in York Cathedral (1734); and organist in the Royal Chapel and composer to the king (1756). He received a doctorate of music degree from Cambridge University in 1756. In 1770, the Catch Club awarded him a prize for his glee To All Lovers of Harmony.
Frost, p. 683
Nutter, p. 462
|Tunes by James Nares (8)||As||Instances|
|AMSTERDAM||James Nares (Composer)||32|
|AYNHOE||James Nares (Composer)||8|
|[Christ our Passover (Pascha nostrum)] (Nares)||James Nares, 1715-1783 (Composer)||2|
|[Chant] (Nares 34271)||J. Nares (Composer)||3|
|[O be joyful in the Lord] (Nares)||James Nares, 1715-1783 (Composer)||3|
|[The Invitatory: Jubilate] (Nares)||James Nares, 1715-1783 (Composer)||2|
|[VENITE] Nares||James Nares, 1715 - 83 (Composer)||2|
|WESTMINSTER NEW||James Nares, 1715 - 1783 (Composer)||2|