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Alessandro Striggio

Striggio was the main author of the Medici courtroom in Florence. He made up intermedi music for the relationship of Joanna of Austria and Cosimo’s heir Francesco. The structure “Ecce beatam lucem” (behold the stunning light) was commissioned for the relationship of Duke Albrecht IV of Bavaria demonstrating Striggio’s renown. …

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Giovanni Ferretti

Composer who was simply the master from the chapel in Ancona Cathedral, Santa Casa, and Gemona. He also resided in Rome where his contacts appear to have already been solid from 1560. Ferretti devoted one of is own books of canzoni to Boncampagni (Boncampagni received Palestrina’s first commitment of madrigals …

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Gioseffo Guami

The Guami category of Lucca was one of the most important and more durable of Renaissance Italy’s regional music dynasties, and Gioseffo Guami (born ca. 1540 in Lucca, passed away right now there in 1611) is definitely today regarded as its most crucial representative — and even, Gioseffo’s popularity as …

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Jakub Reys

This Polish lutenist was predominantly active in Paris. Reys was his provided name but several variations have happened. He is certainly the same one who passed the name of Jacques le Polonois. Noted for inventing a fresh way for playing the lute there is nothing known about the procedure. Among …

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