Michelagnolo Galilei

Michelagnolo Galilei (1575-1631) was the younger brother of Galileo Galilei, the famous astronomer – who also wrote some music. The fame of Galileo has quite overshadowed the fact that the whole family was highly musical, and their father, Vincenzo Galilei, was one of the outstanding composers and lutenists of his day. His more famous relatives have overshadowed Michelagnolo, but his music, as shown on this recording, is of the first quality. Paul Beier, a graduate of the Royal College of Music, London, is one of the most eminent lutenists working today. He has performed both as a soloist and in early music groups throughout Europe, Australia, and North and South America, and is the founder and director of Galatea.

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Galilei - Il Primo Libro D'Intavolatura Di Liuto (1620) - Paul Beier (CD)

Galilei - Il Primo Libro D'Intavolatura Di Liuto (1620) - Paul Beier (CD)

Galilei - Il Primo Libro D'Intavolatura Di Liuto (1620) - Paul Beier - 38880 - Symphony & Chamber Mu..

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