Philip Rosseter was an British courtroom musician who all championed the reason for the simple surroundings and denigrated luxury counterpoint; he was also a movie theater supervisor whose satirical productions got him into minor trouble with the general public and the ruler. From 1603 until his loss of life twenty years afterwards he served being a lutenist on the courtroom of Adam I. His best-known function may be the 1601 A Booke of Ayres, formulated with twenty-one of his music with lute and viol accompaniment (the various other twenty-one songs within this quantity are by Thomas Campion). Rosseter indulged in the popular melancholy familiar in the functions of his modern John Dowland (with whom he experienced a legal tangle), but he also utilized light, dance rhythms. His music is certainly determinedly basic, eschewing counterpoint and high appearance. Set alongside the functions of Dowland, it is extremely uneventful, but also well within the talents of a broad swath of British singing culture. In 1609 he released a couple of lessons for blended consort (plucked musical instruments, flute, and strings), but just fragments of the set have got survived, generally the flute parts. That same season, Rosseter and Robert Keysar create a Whitefriars movie theater employing boy stars. When the rent in the playhouse expired in 1614 Rosseter and his companions tried to create a fresh one at Blackfriars, but community objections resulted in its demolition actually before it had been completed, and the business failed in 1617.