Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, United States (1954 – present)
Paul R. O'Dette (b. Columbus, Ohio, February 2, 1954) is an American lutenist, conductor, and music researcher specializing in early music.
O'Dette began playing classical guitar, and while in high school also played electric guitar in a rock band in Columbus, Ohio, where he grew up. He eventually adopted the lute (as well as the related archlute, theorbo, and Baroque mandolin) as his primary instruments, and primarily specializes in the performance of Renaissance and Baroque music.
Since 1976, he has… read more
|1||Daniell Batchelar: Mounsier's Almaine (1610)||
|2||Scottish Music (c. 1620): A Scots Tune, Corne Yards, A Scots Tune, Gypsies Lilt, A Scots Tune, A Scots Tune||
|3||Early Elizabethan Music: Anthony Pavyn, A Downe, Chi Passa, Dump Philli||
|4||Thomas Robinson: Lantero, The Spanish Pavin, Robin is to The Greenwood Gone||
|5||Sweet Robyne (P 70)||
|6||Preludium (P 98)||
|7||Anthony Holborne (d. 1602): The Fairy Rownde, A Paven, Galliard To The Paven Before, Walsingham, Muy Linda||
|9||En me revenant||
|10||Play on youtube||Almaine||
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