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Passacaglia by Lodovico Roncalliby Lodovico Roncalli

Passacaglia by Lodovico Roncalliby Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713)

Lodovico Roncalli Count Ludovico Roncalli or simply Count Ludovico, was an Italian nobleman who published a collection of suites for five-course baroque guitar, Capricci armonici sopra la chitarra spagnola (“Harmonic caprices for the Spanish guitar”), in 1692. This was transcribed to modern notation and arranged for the six-string guitar by Oscar Chilesotti in 1881.

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Requiem Funeral of Queen Mary II by Henry Purcell

Requiem Funeral of Queen Mary II by Henry Purcell (1924-1994)

Henri Purcel Henry Purcell was an English organist and Baroque composer of secular and sacred music. Although Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, his legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music.

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Music for a while by Henry Purcell

Music for a while by Henry Purcell (1924-1994)

Henri Purcel Henry Purcell was an English organist and Baroque composer of secular and sacred music. Although Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, his legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music.

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Gigue 2 by Lodovico Roncalli

Gigue 2 by Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713)

Lodovico Roncalli Count Ludovico Roncalli or simply Count Ludovico, was an Italian nobleman who published a collection of suites for five-course baroque guitar, Capricci armonici sopra la chitarra spagnola (“Harmonic caprices for the Spanish guitar”), in 1692. This was transcribed to modern notation and arranged for the six-string guitar by Oscar Chilesotti in 1881.

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Intrada by Henry Purcell

Intrada by Henry Purcell (1924-1994)

Henri Purcel Henry Purcell was an English organist and Baroque composer of secular and sacred music. Although Purcell incorporated Italian and French stylistic elements into his compositions, his legacy was a uniquely English form of Baroque music.

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Sarabande in G by Lodovico Roncalli

Sarabande in G by Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713)

Lodovico Roncalli Count Ludovico Roncalli or simply Count Ludovico, was an Italian nobleman who published a collection of suites for five-course baroque guitar, Capricci armonici sopra la chitarra spagnola (“Harmonic caprices for the Spanish guitar”), in 1692. This was transcribed to modern notation and arranged for the six-string guitar by Oscar Chilesotti in 1881.

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Minuet in E by Anonymous

Minuet in E by Anonymous

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Baroque Anonymous The library of the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmiunster, Austria, contains a valuable collection of manuscript lute books of the 17th amd 18th cemturies. Many of the works are anonymous. The minuet of this period may be characterized as an elegant dance form of lively tempo, graceful rather than rapid.

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Canzone de Florentio Maschera a 4 by Paolo Virchi

Canzone de Florentio Maschera a 4 by Paolo Virchi (1551 – 1610)

Paolo Virchi Paolo Virchi was an Italian composer and instrumentalist. He joined the court of Alfonso II d’Este between 1579 and 1580. On the court rolls he is an organist and instrumentalist. He taught members of the court to sing and play the viol, and was one of few musicians at the court to receive a raise in salary during his tenure there.

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Gigue by Lodovico Roncalli

Gigue by Ludovico Roncalli (1654–1713)

Lodovico Roncalli Count Ludovico Roncalli or simply Count Ludovico, was an Italian nobleman who published a collection of suites for five-course baroque guitar, Capricci armonici sopra la chitarra spagnola (“Harmonic caprices for the Spanish guitar”), in 1692. This was transcribed to modern notation and arranged for the six-string guitar by Oscar Chilesotti in 1881.

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Minuet in G by Anonymous

Minuet in G by Anonymous

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Baroque Anonymous The library of the Benedictine monastery in Kremsmiunster, Austria, contains a valuable collection of manuscript lute books of the 17th amd 18th cemturies. Many of the works are anonymous. The minuet of this period may be characterized as an elegant dance form of lively tempo, graceful rather than rapid.

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