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  1. Francisco de la Torre, (¿1534 - 1594?), Spanish poet of the second phase of the Renaissance, from the School of Salamanca, not to be confused…

  2. Giles Farnaby (c. 1563–1640) was an English composer and virginalist of the Renaissance period.

    Giles Farnaby was born in about 1563, perhaps in…

  3. Heinrich Isaac (also Henricus, Arrigo d'Ugo, and Arrigo il Tedesco) (around 1450 – 26 March 1517) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance.…

  4. Ludwig Senfl (born around 1486, died between 2 December 1542 and 10 August 1543) was a Swiss composer of the Renaissance, active in Germany. He…

  5. English composer, b. about 1530; d. Nov., 1574; was educated by his father, and graduated Mus. D., at Cambridge University, 13 Dec., 1560. In March,…

  6. Adrian Willaert (c. 1490–7th December 1562) was a Flemish composer of the Renaissance and founder of the Venetian School. He was one of the most…

  7. Jacobus Clemens non Papa (also Jacques Clément or Jacob Clemens non Papa) (c. 1510 to 1515 – 1555 or 1556) was a Franco-Flemish composer of the…

  8. Musica Antiqua of London is one of the foremost early music groups in the UK today. Playing renaissance instruments including viols, recorders,…

  9. Ed Durbrow, founder of "La Primavera", has studied the lute since the mid 1970s. Among his many teachers were Robert Strizich, Paul Odette and a…

  10. Diego Pisador (1509/10?-after 1557) was a Spanish vihuelist and composer of the Renaissance.

    Little is known of the details of Pisador's life, not…

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