Who Was John Blanke?

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John Blanke was an Afro-British trumpeter for both Henry VII and Henry VIII. He lived in the 16th century and was a regular musician at the courts of the kings. History says that he used to be paid eight pence (8d) a day by Henry VII and later on from 1509 by Henry VIII.
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