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  1. Philip Rosseter (1567/1568 – May 5, 1623) was an English composer and musician, as well as a theatrical manager. From 1603 until his death in 1623 he…

  2. Simone Molinaro (ca. 1565 - ca.1634)
    Italian composer. He was maestro di cappella of S. Lorenzo cathedral, Genoa, by 1602 through 1617. He…

  3. Fabritio Caroso da Sermoneta (1526/1535 - 1605/1620) was an Italian Renaissance dancing master.

    His dance manual Il Ballarino was published in 1581,…

  4. Hans Neusidler (also Neusiedler, Newsidler) (c. 1508/09–1563, Nuremberg) was a composer and lutenist of the Renaissance.

    Born in Pressburg,…

  5. Pierre-Francisque Caroubel (died 1611) was a French violinist and composer who collaborated with Michael Praetorius and is known for his dance…

  6. Italian lutenist and composer, born in L'Aquila. He appears to have spent most of his professional career in Venice, the center of lute playing and…

  7. John Danyel (Baptized 6 November 1564 – c. 1626) was an English lute player and songwriter. He was born in Wellow, Somerset. His surviving works…

  8. Jean-Baptiste Besard(b Besançon, c 1567; dafter 1617). Burgundian lutenist and composer. He studied law in Dôle and medicine in Rome before moving…

  9. Joan Ambrosio Dalza was an Italian lutenist, working in Milan. In 1508 he published a lute book with transcriptions of frottolas, improvisatory…

  10. 1. Robert Ballard (ca. 1572 or 1575, probably in Paris – after 1650) was a prominent French lutenist and composer. His father, Robert Ballard Senior…

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