List of composers for lute

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This is a list of composers who wrote for lute and similar period instruments: theorbo, chitarrone, vihuela etc. Composers who worked outside of their country of origin are listed according to where they were most active, i.e. German-born Johannes Hieronymus Kapsberger is listed under Italy. Within sections, the order is alphabetical by surname (or, in cases of, for example, Pietrobono and Lorenzino, by first name).

Renaissance and Baroque

Italy

Late 15th century to mid-16th century

Francesco Canova da Milano, 1497–1543

Mid 16th–17th centuries

Late 17th–18th centuries

France

Spain

England

Netherlands/Belgium

Germany/Austria

Sylvius Leopold Weiß, 1687–1750

Other countries

20th and 21st centuries

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