John Danyel

John Danyel

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John Danyel or John Daniel (Baptized 6 November 1564 – c. 1626) was an English lute player and songwriter. He was born in Wellow, Somerset, and was the younger brother of poet Samuel Daniel. His surviving works include "Coy Daphne Fled", about the nymph Daphne and her fate, and "Like as the lute delights".
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John Danyel Discography

Albums

AUR 7001 John Danyel, The London Music Players John Danyel, The London Music Players - Songs For The Lute, Viol & Voice 1606(LP) Rediffusion Aurora AUR 7001 UK 1979 Sell This Version
DSLO 568 John Danyel / The Consort Of Musicke John Danyel / The Consort Of Musicke - Lute Songs 1606(LP, Album) L'Oiseau-Lyre DSLO 568 UK 1981 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

EPA 37010 John Danyel, John Dowland John Danyel, John Dowland - The High Rennaissance(7") Archive Production EPA 37010 1952 Sell This Version