Thomas Campian

February 12, 1567, London, England.

March 1, 1620, London (probably of the plague).

St. Dunstan-in-the-West, London.

Campion was a doctor, poet, and musician, but his reputation rests largely on his poetical works (though his total contribution to hymnology is small). These include various Masques performed before James I and others. Of these, some rare copies are in the British Museum. His works include:

  1. Babylon’s Streams