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Dowland

John. ?1563--1626, English lutenist and composer of songs and lute music
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The new venture, Wasaya Dowland Contracting, will provide construction expertise to Wasaya with further training and apprenticeship programs stemming from the relationship.
Sting interweaves songs with instrumental solos and evocative readings from a Dowland letter, creating a musical soundtrack to the composer's life and times.
A storm leaves the residents shaken, as Dorcas uncovers a secret kept from James Dowland.
Treason and Discord is the title of the October 24 event in Hall One to be presented by the celebrated male-voice ensemble The King's Singers with the renowned viol consort Concordia performing authentic music by the likes of William Byrd, John Dowland and Orlando Gibbons.
Variety is provided midway by Craig Odgen, playing the guitar Noctural, after John Dowland by Benjamin Britten - an 18-minute piece in seven sections.
CLASSIC RECORDING: Sting is popularising the work of 16th Century composer John Dowland.
They represent a variety of musical genres and are by Berlioz, Mendelssohn, Purcell, Handel, Dowland, Gounod, Mozart, Lassus, Verdi, Anton Rubinstein, Clara Schumann, and several British composers, in addition to incidental music to Shakespearean plays, among many other sources.
His programme features the music of Albeniz, Rodrigo, Tarrega and Dowland.
50),'' Beaux Arts Trio; ``Beethoven: The String Quartets,'' Emerson String Quartet; ``The Berlin Recital (Works of Brahms, Debussy, Franck, Mozart),'' Anne-Sophie Mutter, Lambert Orkis; ``Early Music - Lachryma Antiqua (Works of Machaut, Tye, Lamb, Dowland, Etc.
Hitherto our picture of English lute music before the golden age of John Dowland and his contemporaries has been an obscure and fragmentary one.
The Rose Consort is an English ensemble of viol players who perform mainly early consort music, including works by Orlando Gibbons, John Dowland, and Henry Purcell.