John Dowland

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John Dowland (1563 – buried 20 February 1626) was an English Renaissance composer, lutenist, and singer. He is best known today for his melancholy songs such as "Come, heavy sleep" (the basis of Benjamin Britten's 1963 composition for guitar solo, ...

Albums

Shadows
Profil
The Lost Art of Wooing
Magnatune
"The Knight of the Lute - Fantasie per Liuto Fantasie tratte dal "Varietie of Lute Lessons" di Robert Dowland (1610)"
Claudio Tumeo
Carey Blyton In Camera
Upbeat Classics
Lyrics From The Chinese
Upbeat Classics
Jacob van Eyck: Daphne
Enchiriadis
24 Ways Upon the Bells (Dowland, Britten, The Beatles...)
Ambroisie
Dowland, Mcleod, Walton, Wilson & Britten: Works for Guitar
Nimbus Alliance
Plays Tippett, Britten And Carey
brinrinri1
McLeod: Fantasy on themes from 'Gloriana'; Britten: Nocturnal; Walton: Bagatelles; Wilson: Dreammusic; Dowland
Bridge
20th Century Variations
Hänssler Classic
John Dowland - Lute songs, Lute music
Francesca Torelli
John Dowland: Lute Songs
Musical Concepts
Awake, Sweet Love
Hyperion
Mourn, Day Is With Darkness Fled
Arabesque
The Lost Art of Wooing
Jeni Melia
John Dowland: Lute Songs
Lyrichord
Dowland: Passionate Pavans & Galliards
Lyrichord
John Dowland: Music of Love and Friendship
Lyrichord
Dowland on 8 String Guitar
Magnatune

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