johann anton logy

Rondeau by Jan Antonin Losy

Rondeau by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Rondeau Tendrement by Jan Antonin Losy

Rondeau Tendrement by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Policinello by Jan Antonin Losy

Policinello by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Gavotte by Jan Antonin Losy

Gavotte by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Little Suite by Johann Anton Logy

Little Suite by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Chaconne by Johann Anton Logy

Chaconne by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Gigue in A Minor by Johann Anton Logy

Gigue in A Minor by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Prelude 2 in A minor by Johann Anton Logy

Prelude 2 in A Minor by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Capriccio by Johann Anton Logy

Capriccio by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives

Prelude in A minor by Johann Anton Logy

Prelude in A Minor by Johann Anton Logy (1645 – 1721) Johann Anton Logy composed mostly dance suites. Losy mastered French lute style and his extant works demonstrate his intelligence, bright spirited love for the lute. His extensive and highly creative works are scattered through various archives