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Paul Sartin, a singer, and instrumentalist from England has died.

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Paul Sartin, a singer, and instrumentalist from England has died. This revelation both horrifies and astounds me. Paul Sartin, rest in peace. Your influence and legacy will be felt for generations to come. This revelation both horrifies and astounds me. Our prayers are with his family, friends, and bandmates at this awful time. Follow For More Updates at Rapiddnews.com

Paul Sartin, a singer, and instrumentalist from England has died.
Paul Sartin, a singer, and instrumentalist from England has died.

Paul Sartin is an English singer, instrumentalist, composer, and arranger who specializes in oboe and violin. He has, however, worked with the band Faustus and the folk-comedy duo Belshazzar’s Feast. Sardin grew up in London’s Willesden neighborhood.

Paul Sartin, a singer has died

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He attended Anson Elementary School, Highgate School, Purcell School for Young Musicians, and Brent Music Services. While in high school and college, he played the oboe for the musical theatre company Gloria and the English National Opera’s Baylis project.

Paul Sartin then pursued a choir scholarship at Oxford’s Magdalen College, where he graduated with a 2-1 in music. Sardin worked as a lay clerk at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford for five years after graduating from Oxford.

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During this time, he received a diploma from the Royal Academy of Music and was invited to join the band Life Of Reilly, which at the time included his future wife Paul Hutchinson.

In 1995, they left the collaboration to launch Belshazzar’s Feast. The group began by performing at ceilidhs and ballroom dances, but they quickly became noted for their concert repertoire and musical humor.

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He, Tim van Eyken, Benji Kirkpatrick, and Robert Harbron founded Dr. in 1998. Faust intended to perform English folk music. The band was linked with the Superact and Live Music Now organizations before disbanding in 2005, and they published two albums, The First Cut and Wager.

In 1999, he taught singing at St. Edward’s School in Oxford; in 2000, he worked as an assistant lay secretary in the Winchester Cathedral Choir; and in 2001, he founded the Andover Museum Loft Singer, a non-audit community choir in Andover, Hampshire.

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