Marco Dall'Aquila (c.1480-after 1538) was a Venitian lutenist and composer known for polyphonic ricercars. He often performed at concerts in the houses of nobles in the city, and in 1505 he published Tabullatura et rasone de metter ogni canto in liuto. Also, on 11 March 1505 he received a grant for a petition where he claimed to have developed a method of printing tablature to score any lute composition into tablature. In the petition for the grant also asked for a ban on other printing methods and imports of music scored by other methods, and for a portion of penalties paid for infringement. However, no printed editions demonstrating his method survive.
Giovanni Maria da Crema (composer c.1520-c.1550)