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Alfonso Marín
Alfonso Marin began his musical studies in the “Conservatorio Superior de Tenerife” (Spain), and afterwards in the “Conservatorium van Amsterdam” were he continued his classical guitar and vihuela studies under the guidance of Lex Eisenhardt. From 1998 he devoted himself entirely to the study of early plucked instruments as the lute, theorbo and vihuela, continuing his studies in the same conservatory for five more years with the lutenist Fred Jacobs.
After his graduation he carried on with an intense concert activity as a soloist, vocal and instrumental accompanist as well as basso-continuo theorbo and archlute player in many Dutch renaissance and baroque ensembles, orchestras and choirs like “Les Perruques de Amsterdam”, “Arion ensemble”, “The Royal wind consort”, “Nieuwe Opera Academie (DNOA), “Musica del Seicento” and"Amsterdam Symphonic Orchestra”. He is member and director of the renaissance ensemble “El Parnaso Lirico” with whom he has performed in Holland, Germany, France Belgium and Switzerland. His collaboration with the soprano Valeria Mignaco is one of his most rewarding and fruitful musical activities, having performed with her in numerous recitals and festivals in Holland, Germany, England, Belgium and Spain. 

MF8009 Clear or Cloudy. Lute songs
John Dowland
Clear or Cloudy. Lute songs

Valeria Mignaco
 soprano
Alfonso Marín luth

C’est en Angleterre que le genre du lute song connu son apogée et ce grâce à la personnalité marquante de John Dowland, l’un des plus grands compositeurs de tous les temps et principale source d’inspiration de cet enregistrement.

 
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