Hans Judenkönig

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Hans Judenkönig (also Judenkunig or Judenkünig) (c.1450 – 4 March 1526) was a German lutenist of the Renaissance. He was born in Schwäbisch Gmünd and died in Vienna.

He worked as a lutenist in the vicinity of the University of Vienna and was best known for his two lute books written for the self-teaching of a lay audience.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1980 La Spagna - Siglos XV - XVI - XVII Atrium Musicæ de Madrid, Gregorio Paniagua 3
1995 Musik für Laute Konrad Ragossnig 1

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1985 Kalenda Maya: Songs and Dances From 1200 to 1550 Spain, Italy, France and Germany Kalenda Maya 2
1995 Musique du temps de Maximilien 1er Various Artists 1
1996 Between Two Hearts (lute: Ronn McFarlane) Various Artists 1

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