Jacobean Lute Music

Jakob Lindberg: Jacobean Lute Music

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'The sound of Jakob Lindberg's lute, made by Sixtus Rauwolf in the last decade of the 16th century, is unusually warm ... In a meticulously voiced recital that moves between court, theatre and tavern, from music of great sophistication to music of extraordinary bluntness, Lindberg conjures an age that was as perilous as it was rich in musical invention.' Anna Picard

 

Jacobean Lute Music

Works by Dowland, Robinson, Johnson, Bacheler, Hely & Gaultier

Jakob Lindberg (lute)

BIS BIS-2055 (hybrid CD/SACD)

 

For a full review, pick up the April issue of BBC Music Magazine

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