Joan Ambrosio Dalza (1508 - 1572) was an Italian lutenist, working in Milan. In 1508 he published a lute book with transcriptions of frottolas, improvisatory ricercars to be used as preludes to them, and dances. The dances are arranged in miniature suites of a pavane followed by a saltarello and piva which are thematically related to it.
Return to the Medieval Age with this lively composition with it's haunting woodwinds, deep lute and crashing cymbals. Great for fantasy or medieval films, movie trailers, in-store media, radio productions, background music for television shows and much more. Instrumental, Classical Music, Baroque Period, Ambrosio Dalza