1588 ca1609+
an English renaissance composer and music teacher, who flourished around 1600. He taught and wrote music for lute, cittern, orpharion, bandora, viol, and singing. In 1603 Robinson published his first book, Medulla Musicke, of which no copy survived. Also in 1603, Robinson brought out his second book, The Schoole of Musicke, a tutor for lute and other instruments. In 1609 Robinson's third book, New Citharen Lessons, was published. It was a cittern tutor for beginners and advanced learners. Robinson's works for the most part consist of his own compositions.
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