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|Work Title||The Schoole of Musicke|
|Alternative. Title||The Schoole of Musicke vvherein is tavght, the perfect method of trve fingering of the Lute, Pandora, Orpharion, and Viol de Gamba; with most infallible generall rules, both easie and delightfull. Also, a method, how you may be your owne instructor for Prick-song, by the help of your Lute, without any other teacher: with lessons of all sorts, for your further and better instruction. Newly composed by Thomas Robinson, Lutenist.|
|Dedication||King James I of England (VI of Scotland)|
|Composer Time PeriodComp. Period||Renaissance|
|Instrumentation||lute, (pandora, orpharion), viola da gamba, voice|