Abramo dall'Arpa (died 1566) was an Italian harpist and the likely grandfather of Abramino dall'Arpa. In 1542, he played the part of Pan in a dramatic production at the court of Mantua. He continued to serve the court under Guglielmo I Gonzaga in the 1550s and 1560s. Around 1560, Ferdinand I asked him to come to Vienna, where he instructed the Emperor's children in music.
- Hárran, Don. "Abramo dall’Arpa". Grove Music Online (subscription required). ed. L. Macy. Retrieved on March 5, 2007.
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