Bartolomeo Tromboncino (c. 1470 – 1535 or later) was an Italian composer of the middle Renaissance. He is mainly famous as a composer of frottola; he is principally infamous for murdering his wife. He was born in Verona and died in or near Venice.

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1989 Music From the Spanish Kingdoms (Circa 1500 feat. conductor: Nancy Hadden) Various Artists 1
1994 Music of the Italian Renaissance (feat. voice, lutes, viola da mano, cittern & renaissance guitar: Shirley Rumsey) Various Artists 1
1998 Music for Mona Lisa Concordia 1
1999 Barzellette: Frottole italiane del cinquecentro Retrover 1
2003 1200-1600 Medieval Renaissance Hortus Musicus 1
2009 Musa Latina: l'invention de l'Antique Daedalus, Roberto Festa 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1984 Renaissance Music From The Courts Of Mantua And Ferrara Compilation Various Artists 1
1994 Emma Kirkby - A Portrait Compilation Emma Kirkby 1
1996 The Italian Lute Song (soprano: Julianne Baird, lute: Ronn McFarlane) Compilation Various Artists 1
1999 Music & Art in Renaissance Florence (Concordia feat. conductor: Mark Levy) Compilation Various Artists 1
2000 Virtues and Vices (tenor: William Bastian, lute: Edward Martin) Compilation Various Artists 1
2001 Le siècle du Titien: Musique à Venise, 1490-1576 (Ensemble Doulce mémoire feat. conductor: Denis Raisin-Dadre) Compilation Various Artists 1
Les Grands Compositeurs contemporains de Léonard De Vinci Compilation Various Artists 1

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