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Since #2 Son and I go to the Renaissance Faire today, lute music seemed somehow appropriate.
Of course, this isn't from the Renaissance, but rather from the Baroque age. Adam Falkenhagen was a German composer who was considered the master of the lute - so much so in fact that he was made the court lutenist by the sister of Frederick the Great. Falkenhagen had studied under Johann Sebastian Bach, and this piece is a pretty standard baroque fugue. Not at all renaissance.