William Williams

Born: 1st August 1675

Died: 27th February 1701

Birthplace: England

William Williams was a British violinist and composer of the Baroque era. His early life is unknown, probably he was the son of the singer Henry Williams, who sang in the choir of Westminster Abbey. William Williams served from 1695 in the royal chapel as "Musician in Ordinary" and a member of the 24 violinists of the king.

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