An excellent collection of some of the most famous Renaissance compositions from England, France, Flanders, Italy and Spain. Included are many of John Dowland’s most celebrated pieces for the lute as well as folk songs, rounds, ballads and songs of courtly love by other renowned composers. Most of these pieces have never before been arranged for harp. These elegant arrangements are for the intermediate to advanced level player. Most are written in the keys of G, C, D and F and a couple are in B flat and A. Where key changes occur both pedal and lever harp markings are clearly indicated and some fingerings are also noted. Informative biographies of composers and anecdotal notes on the compositions included. 39 pieces, 86 pages, spiral bound. Also available as a PDF download.