Rondo by James Hook

Rondo by James Hook (1746-1827)

James Hook was an English composer and organist. He was born in Norwich, the son of James Hook, a razor-grinder and cutler. He displayed a remarkable musical talent at an early age, playing the harpsichord by the age of four and performing concertos in public at age six. He began performing regularly by the time he was 10 years old, including benefit concerts. Throughout the years he composed operas and other musical works, most of which were produced at Drury Lane and Covent Garden Theatres.


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Baroque. Second movement from Sonatina in E, Op.12 No.12. 54 Measures. 3 Pages. 2/4 Time Signature. Duet