Holborne, Anthony (d ?London, 1602). Eng. composer. Pubd. The Cittharn Schoole (1597, modern edn. by Kanazawa 1973) containing 58 pieces for cittern and bass viol; and 5-part Pavans, Galliards, Almans, and other Short Aires (1599), containing 65 pieces.
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