Michelagnolo Galilei
Lute music from Il primo Intavolatva di livto di Michelagnolo Galilei transcribed by Peo Kindgren.
Juan Pérez de la Serna
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François d'Orléans-Longueville, duc de Fronsac
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Henry Docwra, 1st Baron Docwra of Culmore
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John Buckeridge
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Robert Payne (died 1631)
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Sinibaldo Scorza
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Robert Needham, 1st Viscount Kilmorey
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Kim Jang-saeng
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David Murray, 1st Viscount of Stormont
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Philip Cary
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Honda Tadamasa
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Jacob Matham
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John Rawlinson (clergyman)
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Countess Palatine Dorothea of Simmern
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Nicolò Contarini
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Tommaso Caracciolo
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Sir Robert Cotton, 1st Baronet, of Connington
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Michelagnolo Galilei
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Agneta Horn
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Xenia Shestova
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Joost van Dyk
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Giovanni Serodine
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Ambrósio I of Kongo
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Job Boretsky
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Jacobus Bontius
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Jerzy Zbaraski
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