Alonso Mudarra

Alonso Mudarra (c. 1510 – April 1, 1580) was a Spanish composer and vihuelist of the Renaissance. He was an innovative composer of instrumental music as well as songs, and was the composer of the earliest surviving music for the guitar. The place of his birth is not recorded, but he grew up in Guadalajara, and probably received his musical training there. He probably went to Italy in 1529 with Charles V, in the company of the fourth duke of the Infantado, Íñigo López de Mendoza, marqués de Santillana.
Integral "Tres libros de música en cifra para vihuela y para canto y vihuela" (vihuela: Jorge Fresno, canto: Rosemarie Meister)