John Johnson (composer)

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John Johnson (c. 1545 – 1594) was an English lutenist, composer of songs and lute music, attached to the court of Queen Elizabeth I. He was the father of the lutenist and composer Robert Johnson.

Discography[edit]

The lutenist Lynda Sayce has recorded a disc of works by John Johnson and his son. Two pieces "Pavan" and "Gaillard" have been recorded by Julian Bream and John Williams.[1] Christopher Wilson (lutenist) and Shirley Rumsey have made a recording on the Naxos label of John Johnson's lute music.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Julian Bream and John Williams together - The ultimate collection. RCA Victor

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