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Various Artists, Grand Tour: Music from 16th and 17th Century Italy, Spain and Germany (1996)

Giovanni Bassano, Dario Castello, and Johann Vierdanck are just a few of the accomplished composers represented on this eclectic compilation of orchestra music from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Various Artists, Panorama: Dances of the Renaissance (2001)

We suggest splurging on this two-disc compilation of vibrant dance tunes to liven up your next Renaissance-themed dinner party.

Inkuyo, Land of the Incas (2003)

Flutist Gonzalo Vargas, a proud ancestor of the Incas, founded Inkuyo, a group of talented musicians who shared his desire to perform music from the Andean musical past. Enjoy nineteen marvelous performances.

Shirley Rumsey, Music of the Spanish Renaissance (1994)

Classical musician Shirley Rumsey offers her illustrious interpretation of simple yet elegant compositions from fifteenth and sixteenth century Spain.

Xavier Quijas Yxayotl, Aztec Dances (2003)

Indulge in the soothing rhythms of traditional Aztec prayers and ceremonial dances.

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