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The music of John Dowland, the greatest English lute composer of that Golden Age, circulated widely in keyboard adaptations during his lifetime, suitable for performance on harpsichord, virginals or clavichord. | Score (xiii/84)
"The music is intelligently set out and easy to read, as well as opening flat. If the reader is reticent about playing this subtle music on a keyboard instrument, it is worth remembering that Dowland was said to have played so sweetly that he would have sounded better on the poorest instrument than a lesser player upon the best. I would therefore recommend it to every keyboard-player to expand their expressive range and to every nonlutenist wanting to explore the music of Dowland, to learn about the art of variation, or to further their knowledge of this great composer."