Daniel Bacheler (baptized 16 March 1572; died 1619) was an English lutenist and composer.
Bacheler was born at Aston Clinton, Buckinghamshire, and served an apprenticeship with Thomas Cardell who was a lutenist and dancing-master in the court of Queen Elizabeth I.
He worked for Sir Francis Walsingham, Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, and finally as a groom of the privy chamber for Queen Anne of Denmark, consort of James I.
At the royal court he composed some fifty lute… read more
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