1676, Jan 191736, May 7
an English composer. By 1694 Weldon had been appointed organist of New College in Oxford and became well known in the musical life of that city, writing music for masques as well as performing his organist duties. Having established his reputation in London, Weldon continued for some years to write music for the theatre. John Weldon devoted the latter part of his life almost exclusively to the duties of the Chapel Royal and to writing church music.
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