'Francesco del Liuto' - Cambridge Early Music Concert Series 2008 - Works for solo lute by Francesco da Milano

Date: 3 Aug 2008 - 16:00
Event details: "The sweet resonance of the harmony which is borne of the lute touched by the divine fingers of Francesco Milanese, by making itself heard in the soul, robs the senses of those who hear it" - Francesco Marcolini, 1536. Francesco Canova da Milano was one of the foremost Italian composers of the early 16th century; his contemporaries called him "Il Divino" and his name became synonymous with the lute. Jacob Heringman presents a recital of Francesco's works, taken chiefly from the Siena Lute Book.
Ticket info £15; students, unwaged £10
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