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According to The New Penguin Dictionary of Music, John Dowland was an English lutenist and composer, serving the King of Denmark (1598-1606) and other such patrons; achieved international reputation and had his music published in eight capitals. Became Roman Catholic and later Protestant again. Works are chiefly solo songs with lute, and lute solos; also wrote "Lachrimae, 7 passionate pavans .. for lute, viols, or violins", etc. Father of Robert Dowland.
Recorder Music CDs:
Antwerp Recorder Consort on "Dowland, Ortiz, Serocki, et al / Antwerp Recorder Consort"
Brisk Recorder Consort on "Music of the Spheres"
Chalilio on "Wooden Flutes"
René Clemencic on "Baroque Works for Flute, Lute and Guitar"
René Clemencic on "Blockflöte, Laute und Gitarre"
René Clemencic on "Flûte à bec, luth & guitare"
René Clemencic on "Telemann, Bach, Handel and others"
David Munrow Ensemble on "Two Renaissance Dance Bands; Monteverdi's Contemporaries"
Flauto Dolce Recorder Quintet on "Flauto Dolce"
Flanders Recorder Quartet on "Early Italian Recorder Music/English Consort Music"
Flanders Recorder Quartet on "English Consort Music - Browning My Dere"
Kirsten Lund Jensen on "A Taste For Baroque" CD(s) & MP3 Album(s)
Hans-Martin Linde on "Musik für Blockflöte und Laute"
Loeki Stardust Quartet Amsterdam on "Consort Songs with boy soprano Connor Burrowes"
Loeki Stardust Quartet Amsterdam on "Holborne: Image of Melancolly"
Sebastien Marq on "Jacob van Eyck-Airs for Voice, Recorder and Lute"
Sebastien Marq on "Der Fluyten Lust Hof"
Clas Pehrsson on "Artistry of Clas Pehrsson"
Clas Pehrsson on "The Artistry of Clas Pehrsson"
Scott Reiss on "The Food of Love"
Marion Verbruggen on "English Consort Music - Browning My Dere"