Hilton, John (b c.1560; d Cambridge, 1608). Eng. composer and organist. Counterten., Lincoln Cath. 1584. Org., Trinity Coll., Cambridge, from 1594. Wrote anthems and madrigals, latter incl. Fair Oriana, Beauty's Queen in The Triumphs of Oriana.
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