Composer Donino Garsi was the child, or perhaps grandson, of esteemed Italian lute virtuoso Santino Garsi. Although he was located in Parma just like the additional Garsis, his delivery date can be unidentified but was certainly before 1600, probably between 1665-1690. He’s initial observed from his hire time of August 1, 1619, on the courtroom of Ranuccio I Farnese in Parma. Between 1620 and 1621, Donino Garsi ready a significant lute manuscript for just one of his learners, Polish nobleman K.S.R. Dusiacki, including 78 lute functions certified to Santino Garsi, Santino’s boy Ascanio Garsi, and Donino himself. This supply is situated in the Biblioteca Jagiellonska in Kraków, shelfmark Mus MS 40153, and it had been initial released in 1926. This is actually the only supply for music of Donino Garsi. From the parts determined in the Dusiacki manuscript to be by Donino Garsi as opposed to the others, the very best known can be his Battalia, a fight piece where he suggests an advertisement lib drum component end up being added toward the finish “for the success [special event].” Although Battalia can be defined as Donino Garsi’s both in the manuscript and in its initial published edition, it really is often mistaken being a function of Santino Garsi. Donino Garsi can be shown in public areas papers as having passed away in Parma March 30, 1630. Garsi’s Battalia was pressed into assistance in an agreement for brass and percussion created by composer Valentino Bucchi in 1973 to get a concert in Perugia that season kept to protest programs to nationalize the Morlacchi Conservatory of Music. It really is in this agreement that Battalia can be most often noticed.