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Minuet In Canon by Wenzel Von Radolt

Minuet In Canon by Wenzel Von Radolt Von Radolt came from a distinguished Vienna family, his family being a high steward in the Emperor’s household. His first and only known printed work was entited “Dir Aller Treueste Freindin, published in Vienna in 1701”. It comprised five volumes containing parts for concerted works for three lutes …

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Canon by Wenzel Von Radolt

Canon by Wenzel Von Radolt Von Radolt came from a distinguished Vienna family, his family being a high steward in the Emperor’s household. His first and only known printed work was entited “Dir Aller Treueste Freindin, published in Vienna in 1701”. It comprised five volumes containing parts for concerted works for three lutes and strings …

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Balleto by Domenico Pellegrini

Balleto by Domenico Pellegrini (early 17C – 1682) Domenico Pellegrini was an Italian musician born in the early 17th century who played and composed for the 5 course baroque guitar. His published collection, Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola (1650) contains 38 pieces in the typical baroque format of toccatas, correntes, allemandes, sarabandes, a chaconne …

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Sarabande by Domenico Pellegrini

Sarabande by Domenico Pellegrini (early 17C – 1682) Domenico Pellegrini was an Italian musician born in the early 17th century who played and composed for the 5 course baroque guitar. His published collection, Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola (1650) contains 38 pieces in the typical baroque format of toccatas, correntes, allemandes, sarabandes, a chaconne …

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Toccatta by Domenico Pellegrini

Toccatta by Domenico Pellegrini (early 17C – 1682) Domenico Pellegrini was an Italian musician born in the early 17th century who played and composed for the 5 course baroque guitar. His published collection, Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola (1650) contains 38 pieces in the typical baroque format of toccatas, correntes, allemandes, sarabandes, a chaconne …

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Corrente by Domenico Pellegrini

Corrente by Domenico Pellegrini (early 17C – 1682) Domenico Pellegrini was an Italian musician born in the early 17th century who played and composed for the 5 course baroque guitar. His published collection, Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola (1650) contains 38 pieces in the typical baroque format of toccatas, correntes, allemandes, sarabandes, a chaconne …

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Alemande by Domenico Pellegrini

Alemande by Domenico Pellegrini (early 17C – 1682) Domenico Pellegrini was an Italian musician born in the early 17th century who played and composed for the 5 course baroque guitar. His published collection, Armoniosi Concerti sopra la chitarra spagnuola (1650) contains 38 pieces in the typical baroque format of toccatas, correntes, allemandes, sarabandes, a chaconne …

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Preludio by Giovanni Zamboni

Prelude from Sonate d’intavolatura de leuto, Opus 1 by Giovanni Zamboni (early 18th-century) Giovanni Zamboni was a baroque composer. Zamboni was an able musician—he mastered theorbo, lute, guitar, mandola, mandoline and harpsichord and he was also skilled in counterpoint. His works include a set of 11 sonatas (Sonate d’intavolatura di leuto op. 1) for the …

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Prelude by Giovanni Zamboni

Prelude by Giovanni Zamboni (early 18th-century) Giovanni Zamboni was a baroque composer. Zamboni was an able musician—he mastered theorbo, lute, guitar, mandola, mandoline and harpsichord and he was also skilled in counterpoint. His works include a set of 11 sonatas (Sonate d’intavolatura di leuto op. 1) for the archlute published in 1718.

Gavotte by Giovanni Zamboni

Gavotte by Giovanni Zamboni (early 18th-century) Giovanni Zamboni was a baroque composer. Zamboni was an able musician—he mastered theorbo, lute, guitar, mandola, mandoline and harpsichord and he was also skilled in counterpoint. His works include a set of 11 sonatas (Sonate d’intavolatura di leuto op. 1) for the archlute published in 1718.