Pietrobono (Pietro Bono)

(1417 - 1497)

Italian lutenist. Lived mainly in Ferrara, where he was court doctor as well as musician from 1441. Though none of his works is extant he was one of the most revered musicians of his time; the theorist Tinctoris thought especially highly of his improvisations.

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