Bartolomeo Montalbano
Lorenzo Trujillo performing Sinfonia Quarta: Geloso by Bartolomeo Montalbano with Jeffrey Blersch on Organ.
Ennemond Gaultier
Texte explicatif : http://lelutindecouves.blogspot.com/2010/10/lart-du-tombeau.html.
Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger
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Marcin Mielczewski
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William Hyde (Douai)
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Jeane Gardiner
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Ambrose Manaton
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Arnold Johan Messenius
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William Widdrington, 1st Baron Widdrington
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Christoffel Jacobsz van der Laemen
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William Jesson
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Sir George Gresley, 1st Baronet
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Giovanni Faustini
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Friedrich Brentel
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Sir Richard Young, 1st Baronet
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Giovanni Battista Soria
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Elizabeth Grey, Countess of Kent
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Bartolomeo Montalbano
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Thomas Tyldesley
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William Coryton
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