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About William Babell
William Babell (or Babel) (1689/1690 - 23 September 1723) was an English musician, composer and prolific arranger of vocal music for harpsichord. He received his musical training from his father, Charles Babel, a bassoonist in the Drury Lane orchestra, Johann Christoph Pepusch and possibly George Frideric Handel. He played the violin in the private band of George I, and appeared as a harpsichordist from 1711, often appearing with William Corbett, James Paisible and later Matthew Dubourg. He was associated with Lincoln's Inn Fields Theatre