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Milan; fl Italian lutenist and composer. Dalza's book was the fourth of Petrucci's series of lute tablatures and is one of the precious few surviving sources of Italian lute music from the crucial period leading up to the first printed works by Francesco da Milano in Whereas intabulations of Franco-Flemish music had dominated Petrucci's earlier lutebooks by Spinacino and Giovan Maria, Dalza's book favoured dance forms and presented mostly original music that was almost entirely instrumental in conception.

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Milan; fl Italian lutenist and composer. Dalza's book was the fourth of Petrucci's series of lute tablatures and is one of the precious few surviving sources of Italian lute music from the crucial period leading up to the first printed works by Francesco da Milano in Whereas intabulations of Franco-Flemish music had dominated Petrucci's earlier lutebooks by Spinacino and Giovan Maria, Dalza's book favoured dance forms and presented mostly original music that was almost entirely instrumental in conception.

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Joan Ambrosio Dalza

The conventional wisdom about Italian lutenist and composer Joan Ambrosio Dalza is that he is generally thought to have been born in Milan and probably also died there. Most of the key facts surrounding his life are at best conjectural, and his birth and death dates remain unknown. What can be said categorically, though, is that Dalza is best-remembered for his work in connection with Petrucci 's Intabolatura de lauto, libro quarto, published in Venice in December This work was the fourth volume in Petrucci 's series of lute tablatures and one of the most authoritative studies of lute technique and tablature compiled during the early Italian Renaissance. It is one of only a few surviving collections of Italian lute music predating the first printed works by Francesco da Milano, which did not appear until Whereas Petrucci's earlier collections consisted of mainly Franco-Flemish lute music, Dalza's volume now provided access to new styles, based on then fashionable dance forms derving from popular Spanish and Italian practice.

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Francesco Spinacino & Joan Ambrosio Dalza, Anthology from Ottaviano Petrucci’s Tablatures for Lute

Joan Ambrosio Dalza fl. Nothing is known about his life. His surviving works comprise the fourth volume of Ottaviano Petrucci 's influential series of lute music publications, Intabolatura de lauto libro quarto Venice, Dalza is referred to as "milanese" in the preface, so it must be assumed he was either born in Milan, or worked there, or both. Together with the oeuvres of Francesco Spinacino and Vincenzo Capirola , Dalza's work constitutes an important part of early Renaissance lute music.

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