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Joan Ambrosia Dalza

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Composer of Classical

Joan Ambrosio Dalza (fl. 1508) was an Italian lutenist and composer of the Renaissance era. His surviving works comprise the fourth volume of Ottaviano Petrucci's influential series of lute music publications, Intabolatura de lauto libro quarto (Venice, 1508). Dalza is referred to as "milanese" in the preface, so it must be assumed he was either born in Milan, or worked there, or both.

        
Discography
Title Artist Year Type
Early Venetian Lute MusicJoan Ambrosia Dalza, Francesco Spinacino, Franjo Bosanac, Vincenzo Capirola, Christopher Wilson, Shirley Rumsey1999Album
Intavolatura Di LiutoJoan Ambrosia Dalza - Vincenzo Capirola / Massimo Lonardi1996Album
Danzas Del RenacimientoJoan Ambrosia Dalza, Hans Neusiedler, Claude Gervaise, Pierre Phalèse, John Dowland, Pierre Attaignant, Michael Praetorius, Erasmus Widmann, Johann Hermann Schein1984Album
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