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  1. Nicolas Vallet (ca. 1583 – ca. 1642) was a Dutch lutenist and composer of French birth.

    Born in Corbény, France, Vallet settled down in Amsterdam…

  2. (1540 - 1603)

    Giulio Cesare Barbetta was the first lutenist to publish music for the seven-course lute. He specifies the instrument on the title…

  3. 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…

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

  5. Joachim van den Hove (1567? - 1620) was a Flemish/Dutch composer and a lutenist. He composed works for lute solo and for lute and voice.…

  6. Born: c1535 - Milan, Italy
    Died: after 1604 - Milan, Italy

    If in his own time Cesare Negri was not the most famous dancing-master in Europe, he may…

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

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

    Born in Pressburg,…

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

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

  11. Alessandro Piccinini (1566-1638), was an Italian lutenist and composer.

    Born in Bologna, Piccinini was taught to play the lute by his father, Leonardo…

  12. Francesco Spinacino (fl. 1507) was an Italian lutenist and composer. His surviving output comprises the first two volumes of Ottaviano Petrucci's…

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  14. Francesco Canova da Milano (18 August 1497 – 2 January 1543) was a virtuoso Italian lutenist and composer of the Renaissance. Born in Monza, near…

  15. Bernhard Joachim Hagen (April 1720 in or near Hamburg (?) – December 9, 1787 in Ansbach) was a German composer, violinist and lutenist. He was the…

  16. Michelagnolo Galilei (sometimes spelled Michelangelo) (18 December 1575 – 3 January 1631) was an Italian composer and lutenist of the late Renaissance…

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  18. Giovanni Girolamo Kapsperger (aka Giovanni Geronimo Kapsperger or Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger) (c. 1580 – 17 January 1651) was a German-Italian…

  19. Two books of music survive from this Italian lutenist and composer. It is clear that Terzi loved instrumental music but wrote a number of…

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