Der Vorig Tantz Auff Ein Ander Art Gesetzt by Hans Newsidler

Der Vorig Tantz Auff Ein Ander Art Gesetzt by Hans Neusidler (1508-1563)

hans Neusidler Hans Neusidler was one of the leading figures in the development of 16th cnetury German Lute music. He achieved considerable success not only as a performer and composer, but also as a lute maker and teacher. His sons, Melchior and Conrad (he had 13 children altogether), were also prominent lutenists and composers in their own right.

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Ein Guts Hofftantzlein Fur Ein Schuler by Hans Newsidler

Ein Guts Hofftantzlein Fur Ein Schuler by Hans Neusidler (1508-1563)

hans Neusidler Hans Neusidler was one of the leading figures in the development of 16th cnetury German Lute music. He achieved considerable success not only as a performer and composer, but also as a lute maker and teacher. His sons, Melchior and Conrad (he had 13 children altogether), were also prominent lutenists and composers in their own right.

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Zart Schone Fraw by Hans Newsidler

Zart Schone Fraw by Hans Neusidler (1508-1563)

hans Neusidler Hans Neusidler was one of the leading figures in the development of 16th cnetury German Lute music. He achieved considerable success not only as a performer and composer, but also as a lute maker and teacher. His sons, Melchior and Conrad (he had 13 children altogether), were also prominent lutenists and composers in their own right.

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Ach Lieb Mit Lied by Hans Newsidler

Ach Lieb Mit Lied by Hans Neusidler (1508-1563)

hans Neusidler Hans Neusidler was one of the leading figures in the development of 16th cnetury German Lute music. He achieved considerable success not only as a performer and composer, but also as a lute maker and teacher. His sons, Melchior and Conrad (he had 13 children altogether), were also prominent lutenists and composers in their own right.

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Ein Tuger Welscher Tantz by Hans Newsidler

Ein Tuger Welscher Tantz by Hans Neusidler (1508-1563)

hans Neusidler Hans Neusidler was one of the leading figures in the development of 16th cnetury German Lute music. He achieved considerable success not only as a performer and composer, but also as a lute maker and teacher. His sons, Melchior and Conrad (he had 13 children altogether), were also prominent lutenists and composers in their own right.

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Prelude 199 by Elias Mertel

Prelude 199 by Elias Mertel (1561-1626)

Elias Mertel Elias Mertel was a German lutenist and composer of the Late Renaissance era. He was originally from Wangenbourg and worked under Friedrich IV until 1595. He published collections of lute music, notably Hortus Musicalis in Strasbourg in 1615 including fantasies, preludes and fugues.

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Prelude 217 by Elias Mertel

Prelude 217 by Elias Mertel (1561-1626)

Elias Mertel Elias Mertel was a German lutenist and composer of the Late Renaissance era. He was originally from Wangenbourg and worked under Friedrich IV until 1595. He published collections of lute music, notably Hortus Musicalis in Strasbourg in 1615 including fantasies, preludes and fugues.

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Galliard by Michelangolo Galile

Galliard by Michelangolo Galile (1575-1631)

Michelangolo Galile Michelagnolo Galilei was an Italian composer and lutenist of the late Renaissance and early Baroque eras, active mainly in Bavaria and Poland. He was the son of music theorist and lutenist Vincenzo Galilei, and the younger brother of the renowned astronomer Galileo Galilei.

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Prelude 222 by Elias Mertel

Prelude 222by Elias Mertel (1561-1626)

Elias Mertel Elias Mertel was a German lutenist and composer of the Late Renaissance era. He was originally from Wangenbourg and worked under Friedrich IV until 1595. He published collections of lute music, notably Hortus Musicalis in Strasbourg in 1615 including fantasies, preludes and fugues.

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Prelude 184 by Elias Mertel

Prelude 184 by Elias Mertel (1561-1626)

Elias Mertel Elias Mertel was a German lutenist and composer of the Late Renaissance era. He was originally from Wangenbourg and worked under Friedrich IV until 1595. He published collections of lute music, notably Hortus Musicalis in Strasbourg in 1615 including fantasies, preludes and fugues.

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