Notes & Reviews:
Let us go back to the end of the 1970s... Adelheid and Andreas Glatt, creators of the legendary Accent label, produced a pair of memorable recordings with Konrad Junghänel (who continues - more than 35 years later - being one of the truly great interpreters of Baroque music): these were the recordings which, without doubt, served to restore the reputation of Silvius Leopold Weiss, an exact contemporary of Johann Sebastian Bach; and from that point on early music lovers were talking about him once again.
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Italian Lute Music: G.G. Kapsberger, A. Piccinini
Joachim Van den Hove (1567-1620): 'Florida' - Pavanas, Fantasias & Dances for Lute / Massimo Marchese, lute
Los Libros de Laúd: Lute Works of J.A. Dalza, F. Spinaccino; A. Schlick et al. / Miguel Rincón, lute
Amours Amours Amours - Lute duos around 1500 by de Orto, Busnois, Isaac, Dalza, Spinacino, Agricola, Desprez / Karl-Ernst Schroder, lute; Crawford Young, lute