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The early seventeenth-century lute book of Lord Herbert of Cherbury, inter alia a diplomat, contains pieces, mostly by leading composers of the day and many with no other source, which gives a unique overview of the last years of the ten-course renaissance lute. Cherbury was virtually self-taught but, if he was able to play many of the pieces in his book, his contacts with prominent international lutenists must have done wonders for both his technique and his knowledge of French and Italian styles. Looking at O'Dette's selected menu you might think ''Another hors d'oeuvres—28 items in 77 minutes'', but you would be doing it less than justice. A roll-call of composers some on record for the first time , a variety of styles and some striking music—start with the Fantasias of Hely, though I don't have the space to tell you where to end—ensure that one's attention doesn't wander. All this would count for much less if it were not for O'Dette's majestic performances; he is the most prodigiously equipped of today's lutenists and he shows it.
Lord Herbert of Cherbury's Lute Book
Edward Herbert was the eldest son of Richard Herbert of Montgomery Castle a member of a collateral branch of the family of the Earls of Pembroke and of Magdalen, daughter of Sir Richard Newport ,  and brother of the poet George Herbert. After private tuition, he matriculated at University College, Oxford , as a gentleman commoner , in May On 28 February , at the age of 14, he married his cousin Mary, then aged 21, "notwithstanding the disparity of years betwixt us"  , who was daughter and heiress of Sir William Herbert d. He returned to Oxford with his wife and mother, continued his studies, and learned French, Italian and Spanish, as well as music, riding and fencing. Herbert entered Parliament as knight of the shire for Montgomeryshire in In Herbert served as a volunteer in the Low Countries under the Prince of Orange , whose intimate friend he became, and distinguished himself at the capture of Juliers from the emperor. He offered to decide the war by engaging in single combat with a champion chosen from among the enemy, but his challenge was declined.
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