Abstract

Claver Morris (1659–1727) was a West Country physician and keen amateur musician. Based in Wells, he was the moving spirit (and possibly founder) of the local music society. A filleted version of his diaries and account books was published in 1934, but the originals have not been closely examined since. They offer a wealth of information about musical (and social) life in the provinces, and fascinating details of the music he heard, performed, bought and had copied.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1471-6933
Print ISSN
0269-0403
Pages
pp. 93-127
Launched on MUSE
2008-12-31
Open Access
No
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