John Dowland

NOUN
  1. English lutenist and composer of songs for the lute (1563-1626)
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  • In the late 1950s Pears popularized early English songs by John Dowland and others, accompanied by famous guitarist and lutenist Julian Bream.
  • Sting's Songs from the Labyrinth features the music of John Dowland – a melancholic Elizabethan era composer – and accompaniment from the Bosnian lute player Edin Karamazov… A spokesman for the awards, which are produced by the British Phonographic Institute, said the only previous instances of a non-classical artist being nominated were Roger Waters last year and the techno-classicist William Orbit in 2001. Paul McCartney Wins Classical Brit, Sting Thankfully Doesn’t
  • It also suggests, albeit discreetly, how smart he was: You'll find in its unpretentiously written pages references to the likes of Max Beerbohm, John Dowland, Robert Herrick, Martin Luther, H.L. Head of the Nice Guys Club
  • Away with these self-loving lads (John Dowland). Secular. Lute song. Lute.
  • It will feature a true English consort of flute, violin, viols, cittern, lute, bandore and voices performing music by William Byrd, Thomas Morley, John Dowland and others.
  • But Sting says the melodies and words of Elizabethan composer and lutist John Dowland (1563-1626) have been "gently haunting me" for more than two decades. Songs From The Labyrinth
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