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Music for Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. If performed I would look forward about a small reference to my efforts. Sprightly triple-meter dance tunes known as Galliards probably originated as courtly dances in northern Italy, but by the middle of the sixteenth century, intabulations for lute and arrangements of galliards for small instrumental ensembles were appearing throughout French and Dutch lands, as well as in England.
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