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Valse Venezuelienne by Anonymous

Valse Venezuelienne by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

Veneziana by Anonymous

Veneziana by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

Scarborough Fair by Harry Sacksioni

Scarborough Fair by Harry Sacksioni (1950-) Harry Sacksioni (born 23 October 1950, in Amsterdam) is a composer and guitar virtuoso of Dutch origin. The peak of his fame was during the 1970s to 1990s. Famous works of this period include Meta Sequoia, Vensters and Elixer, along with re-arrangements of existing pieces, such as Anji (Davy …

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Scarborough Fair (Canticle) by Paul Simon and Garfunkel

Scarborough Fair (Canticle) by Paul Simon and Garfunkel “Scarborough Fair” is a traditional English ballad about the Yorkshire town of Scarborough. Paul Simon and Garfunkle also performed this ballad in 1966. This is an arrangement by Michiwo Tashima based on the modern duo’s version.

Song Of The Marionettes by Anonymous

Song Of The Marionettes by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as …

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Menuet in D by Anonymous

Menuet in D by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never …

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Lamento Di Tristan by Anonymous

Lamento Di Tristan by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never …

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The Coolin by Anonymous

The Coolin by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

Czech Medley by Anonymous

Czech Medley by Anonymous The Renaissance (which means “rebirth or “revival”) began around 1400 and ended in the early 1600s. The musicians and artists of the Renaissance looked back to classical models, spawning a new era of artistic growth. With the invention of the printing press, music became avaialble to the public as never before.

Danse by Anonymous

Danse by Anonymous This trio is from an interesting eighteenth century lute-book now in the Cologne Stadtbibliothek, which includes compositions by Lauffensteiner, Weiss and others. The minuet to which belongs to unfortunately not amenable to transposition, but this seems insufficient reason not to include a delightful duet which stands well by itself.