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Lorenzo Allegri (1567 – 1648) was an Italian composer, who worked at the Medici court, in Florence. He was mainly known as a lutenist, and for lute he wrote dances, sometimes with vocal parts. He was sometimes referred to as Lorenzino Todesco or Tedesco so it may be assumed he was of German origin.
Bernard Thomas, Early Dance Music No. 18, Lorenzo Allegri 8 Balli, London Pro Musica Edition, Brighton, 1991.
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