Early Guitars and Vihuela

A network for historic guitars and vihuelas

For all gut strung historical guitars (Renaissance, Baroque, and Early Romantic) and related plucked, fretted instruments up to c. 1850

 

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Brunacchione is now a member of Early Guitars and Vihuela
1 hour ago
Martyn Hodgson replied to Feiga Siedler's discussion Info about Vihuela Chambure
"Dear Carlos, Thank you for this.  Yes - I agree with much of what you write and, in particular, about the peculiar and, to my mind, unattractive (truncated/squashed) body shape profile of E.0748 (the Chambure instrument) - but, as you also…"
yesterday
Markku Laakso replied to Dominic Wan's discussion Joseph Kreutzer Trios op. 9 nos 1 and 2
"Hello again, Unfortunately I didn’t get the info about Kreutzer op. 9, so would it be possible to send it to me by email, address is laaksomarkku@outlook.com Regards, Markku"
Saturday
Arthur J. Ness replied to Dominic Wan's discussion Joseph Kreutzer Trios op. 9 nos 1 and 2
"I've tried to reach you, but you didn't reply.  I know where to get the score you want, Kreutzer, Op. 9. But don't want to post the information in public.   There is (was?) just ONE copy available."
Wednesday
Alexandros Kalkos shared their event on Facebook
Nov 14
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The journey of the guitar from the 16th to 18th century. at Athens-Greece

November 25, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
Alexandros Kalkos plays vihuela, renaissance guitar, baroque guitar and follows the traces of the guitar from 1500 to 1750. Along with projection, Alexandros will perform pieces by Milan, Narvaez, Mudarra, Valderrabano, Le Roy, Sanz, de Murcia and le Cocq.See More
Nov 14
Carlos Gonzalez replied to Feiga Siedler's discussion Info about Vihuela Chambure
"Dear martyn, The problem when we talk about the vihuelas and the 4-order guitars is that we do not really know what is representative and what is not. The three historical vihuelas are very different, and in the iconography we find a great variety…"
Nov 14
Martyn Hodgson replied to Feiga Siedler's discussion Info about Vihuela Chambure
"Dear Carlos, Thank you for this and your view that the instrument in question may have been built as late as 1600. However the use of much aged wood by the maker working even after this date cannot be ruled out - indeed, your own view suggests…"
Nov 14

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Info about Vihuela Chambure 30 Replies

Started by Feiga Siedler in Renaissance Guitar & Vihuela. Last reply by Martyn Hodgson yesterday.

Joseph Kreutzer Trios op. 9 nos 1 and 2 8 Replies

Started by Dominic Wan in General Discussion. Last reply by Markku Laakso on Saturday.

Baroque Guitar Strings 9 Replies

Started by David Smith in Baroque Guitar. Last reply by Pavao Sever Nov 1.

Latin Instructions for the "Guiterne" in Pierre Phalèse, 1570. 6 Replies

Started by Jean-Marie Poirier in Renaissance Guitar & Vihuela. Last reply by Dr. Christopher Page Oct 17.

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About the EG&V Ning Network

This Early Guitars and Vihuela Ning network was created by Rob MacKillop on May 17, 2008. The current Network Creator is Rocky Mjos. Jelma van Amersfoort is co-Administrator.

Created by Rob MacKillop May 20, 2008 at 12:30pm. Last updated by Rocky Mjos Aug 22, 2015.

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