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Thomas Campion

With John Dowland (ca. 1563-1626), Campion was probably one of the most prolific composers of British lute tracks, or Ayres. A genuine “renaissance guy,” Campion also had written masques for courtroom shows, a critique of British poetry and, in 1613, a treatise on counterpoint. He was also a tuned physician. …

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