Jeremiah Clarke (English baroque composer and organist)

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J. Clark
J. Clarke
Jeremiah Clarke (1674-1707)
Jeremy Clarke

Artist credits

This is a list of all the different ways Jeremiah Clarke (English baroque composer and organist) is credited in the database. View the artist credit documentation for more details.

Brade, Pezel, Holborne, Clarke, Purcell, Telemann; The Philadelphia Brass Ensemble, New England Brass Ensemble, E. Power Biggs (see uses)
Clarke (see uses)
Clarke, Bach, Homilius, Krebs, Lübeck, Telemann, Torelli; Wolfgang Portugall, Egbert Lewark (see uses)
Clarke, Purcell, Parry, Bach, Schubert; Edward Power Biggs (see uses)
Gottfried Reiche, Jeremiah Clarke (see uses)
Henry Purcell, Jeremiah Clarke; Les Cris de Paris, Le Poème Harmonique, Vincent Dumestre (see uses)
J. Clarke (see uses)
J.S. Bach, Mozart, Walton, Clarke, Handel, Elgar, Vierne, Wagner, Guilmant, Schumann, Karg-Elert, Widor; Simon Preston (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / Henry Purcell (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / John Stuart Archer (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / Leopold Stokowski (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / S. Drummond Wolff (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / Sidney M. Lawton (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke / Simon Preston (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke arr. John Iveson (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke arr. Robert Minter (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke arr. Sir David Willcocks (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke, Frank Shipway & Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (see uses)
Jeremiah Clarke, Henry Purcell (see uses)
Tchaikovsky / Rimsky‐Korsakov / Mozart / Gershwin / Sibelius / Beethoven / Bach / Mozart / Beethoven / Rossini / Mozart / Tchaikovsky / Clarke / Handel / Grieg / Bizet / Tchaikovsky (see uses)
Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Mozart, Gershwin, Sibelius, Beethoven, Bach, Rossini, Clarke, Handel, Grieg & Bizet (see uses)
クラーク (see uses)