Robert Jones was an British composer mixed up in early-17th hundred years known for his lute-songs and madrigals. Although he was chided for the lute composing and unimaginative harmonies in a few of his functions, as well for his much less adventurous style generally, he was even so effective in his simpler music, not least due to his melodic skill. There is nothing known of Jones’ early years, though he recommended within an introductory be aware to his initial tune collection, The Initial Booke of Songes and Ayres of Foure Parts (1600), that he previously developed his capability to speak at exactly the same time he was understanding how to sing. It really is thus most probably he served like a choirboy in his child years. In 1597 Jones graduated from Oxford having a Bachelor’s level in music, and was most likely by then currently composing his 1st tunes. His second track collection, THE NEXT Booke of Tunes and Ayres, made an appearance in 1601, with three additional volumes pursuing in the years 1605 (Ultimum vale), 1609 (A Musicall Dreame) and 1610 (The Muses Gardin for Delights). In the center of this series Jones created his only level of madrigals, The First Group of Madrigals (1607). Each one of the five quantities of lute-songs included 21 tunes, while madrigal collection included 26. In 1609 Jones became in an business with lute-song composer Philip Rosseter and many others to control several child actors. The business was called Kids from the Revells from the Queene and their shows took place in the Whitefriars Playhouse until 1614, whenever a building rent expired. An idea to stage potential shows in a almost completed brand-new building dropped through in 1616. This quest may possess diverted Jones from structure, since a couple of no surviving functions after 1610. After about 1617, Jones’ actions are unidentified and he might have lived just some time thereafter. It ought to be observed that his result also contains a small amount of anthems and various other vocal works with least one madrigal that Jones added towards the 1601 collection, The Triumphes of Oriana.