The English lutenist Thomas Robinson was in the service of the Earl of Exeter and spent some time in Denmark, apparently teaching there the future queen of James I.
Robinson’s surviving lute music is found in his The Schoole of Musicke (published in 1603 with a dedication to the new king, James I of England), New Citharen Lessons (published in 1609), and Robinson’s Way.
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