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Giovanni Paolo Paladino

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Giovanni Paolo Paladino or Jean-Paul Paladin (fl. 1540-1560) was an Italian composer and lutenist from Milan. He was born Giovanni Paolo Paladino and was also a merchant who maintained a large house and vinyard in Lyons.[1] From 1516-22 he was lutenist to Francois I, from 1544 with Charles III of Lorraine, and from 1548-53 with Queen Mary of Scotland.[2] Paladino published three books of lute music in Lyons in 1549, 1553 and 1560.[3]


Selected works include:

  • Gagliarda sopra la Paladina, lute solo
  • Fantasia, lute solo
  • Tablatura de lutz, collection
  • Premiire ìivre de tablature de lutti, collection


Paladino's music has been recorded and issued on media including:

  • TAbvlatvres de Levt, Astree AS 76, 1990
  • Early Italian Lute Music, 1986


  1. ^ Dobbins, Frank (1992). Music in Renaissance Lyons.
  2. ^ Annala, Hannu; Mätlik, Heiki (2008). Handbook of Guitar and Lute Composers.
  3. ^ The Lute: the journal of the Lute Society: Volumes 25-28. Lute Society (Great Britain). 1985.

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