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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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Thomas Brewer

Brewer composed several fantasies particularly for his device the viol. He also published several songs within the use of Sir Nicholas Lestrange. “Change, Amaryllis, to thy swain” was among Brewer’s most well-known tunes as was “O that mine eye”. Several later sources used the latter track for decorative variance.

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